As the specialists of the moving companies always recommend, during the packaging phases it is advisable to start from the most fragile objects such as glasses, vases and knick-knacks of various types, which obviously require maximum caution. This phase is the most delicate and requires extreme attention.
After the inventory, all that remains is to choose a moving box that perfectly adapts to the size of the objects, but it is advisable to always prefer medium-sized containers, inserting a protective layer inside by placing at least two sheets of bubble wrap. Once the bottom of the boxes is covered, the objects can be packed , which in turn must be lined with sheets of millebolle.
Alternatively, traditional wrapping paper can be used. Fragile objects such as dishes, for example, must be protected individually and inserted into the boxes vertically, so as to exploit all the space available in the containers. Once the whole box has been filled , the upper part must be covered with a bubble wrap , following the same procedure used for the lower layer. If there are empty spaces left inside the boxes, just fill them with small material, such as simple wrapping paper. When the box is full, just close it gently and write "fragile" on the outside , to facilitate the task of the porters.