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Packing the Kitchen/Dining Room

Since this is the busiest room in the house, it is usually the last one left unpacked. To ensure you stay organized, start packing those items you rarely use-- special china, the Thanksgiving platter, etc. Get them out of the way early and you'll cut down on the size of the job later. Get together all your dish towels and pot holders; use them for extra padding.

Flat Plates/China Plates

Place a generous amount of crumbled paper at the bottom of the box for cushioning. Wrap each plate separately with at least two sheets of white paper and than wrap up to three plates in a bundle. Place bundle on its edge only, do not lay flat (the edge is the strongest part of the plate). Make sure to place crumbled paper in between bundles up until you fill up the first level (make sure not to leave unfilled spaces). Again, place a generous amount of crumbled paper between layers. For extra safety, you can cut a piece of cardboard to fit the size of the box and use it to separate between the layers. Use a final layer of crumbled paper and then seal the box with a generous amount of tape and mark as: Fragile – Kitchen/Dinning Room – This Side Up.

Bowls: Wrap the same way as plates.

Crystal/Glasses and Cups:

Use the same directions for the preparation of the box as it is explained above. Wrap each cup or glass separately with at least 2 sheets of white paper. When wrapping cups with handles; apply an additional sheet of white paper for extra protection. Place cups and glasses into the box facing up as if you were placing them on a table. Place a generous amount of crumbled paper between; make sure not to leave unfilled spaces between layers. Build up your second layer the same way and of course, keep in mind that placing a cardboard in between layers is the safest way to protect your dishes. Once you are done placing all layers, use a final layer of crumbled paper and then seal the box with a generous amount of tape and mark as: Fragile – Kitchen/Dinning Room – This Side Up.



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