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PACKING AND PREPARING YOUR ITEMS
-> Packing questions
Oct 13, 07:37
Question by jandjcannon (Jasmine)


How Should I Pack Cutlery?

Could I leave my cutlery in drawers for a long-distance move?

Oct 13, 09:58
Answer by bobfein (Bob F.)

 Hi Jasmine,

Congratulations on your big move! Packing is one of the most important aspects of a move as well as the most tedious. You could leave your cutlery in your drawers but you should seal the drawers VERY tightly with packing tape. There is a lot of shuffling and shifting in a moving van and you don't want the drawers to open while in transit. A safer approach is to pack your cutlery in moving boxes by wrapping them packing paper and the placing them in boxes. This will ensure that your items are protected and that your cutlery doesn't get damaged.

Have a great move!



Good luck with your move,

Bob F. @ MovingAnswers.org


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