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4 Things a Packing Service Can Help Pack in Your Kitchen

by Gene Chapman

Have you been debating if you should use professionals to pack your home? If so, you may see many benefits from them packing up your kitchen. Not only will it be done properly by leaving it to professionals, but it will ensure that everything arrives at your new place without being broken. Here are some of the things a professional packing service will do for items in your kitchen. 

1. Dishware Packing

There is a right and wrong way to pack your dishes to ensure that they don't break. Professional packers will start by taking a half dozen pieces of packing paper and layering them on top of each other. They'll place the first plate or bowl on the paper, fold it over the plate, and then place the next similar item on top and repeat the process. This creates a small stack of dishware that is protected by the packing paper and ready to place within a box. 

2. Glassware Packing

Glasses should also be packed in paper, with each individual glass wrapped loosely so that too much pressure is not put on the glass. Stemware takes a little bit more care, with the paper being put in each item to prevent too much downward pressure from being put on the rim of the glass. An additional piece of paper will then be used to loosely wrap the stemware as if it was a glass.

3. Silverware

Silverware will be packed by creating a stack of similar types of silverware and then wrapping it in paper. You can then take those stacks and place them in a box. Why not just place the items loosely in a box? You don't want a lot of loose silverware moving around and creating a lot of noise in transit, or scratch the finish. Sharp utensils can also end up poking through a cardboard box if they are not covered. 

4. Pots And Pans

Pots and pans can be packed similar to your dishware. The packers will start with the largest item and wrap it in paper, then place a smaller item inside it that is also wrapped. This gives each time some padding to prevent them from hitting each other and will help them fit in a smaller box with their heavy weight.

These are just a few ways that a residential packing service can get your kitchen boxed up and moved to your new home. Reach out to one if you have any questions about the services they offer.