Removals Tissue Paper Per Ream (5kg) Soft and Gentle
£10.00 Ex. VAT
Ream of tissue paper for packing removal boxes
How to make moving house easier
Ream of Tissue paper for those really fragile items.
To make your move even smoother see our Moving Advice and Packing Advice on the home page.
Tissue paper is an essential extra to have to hand when packing for your move. It is ideal for plates, bowls etc but is perfect for more fragile items. If you have delicate ornaments with hands, fingers, or any other thin ceramic parts then tissue is the best packing medium.
Using bubblewrap will give protection for transport but when you are unwrapping it can get caught on delicate parts and cause breakage. Tissue will not snag on these and so will minimise damage at the point of unpacking.
These can be delivered to your home by our dedicated delivery team. We can deliver to a time frame that suits you.
Remember to start well before your removal date as packing may take longer than you first anticipate.
Please use quality double wall removal boxes. It is essential that you do not use single wall boxes as these do not have the inherent strength to enable them to be stacked on each other without the lower ones collapsing and damaging your goods in them.
Proper removal boxes are manufactured for the job in hand and it is always worth paying for the right tool for the job.
The following is a snippet of the advice found on the Move Assured website home page on packing and removal boxes.
Packing Advice : removal boxes
Your chosen removals company should be able to offer you various levels of packing options. They can offer everything from a full and complete packing service where you will not need to lift a finger, through to a ‘ fragile only ‘ pack. It is worth noting at this point that in line with Industry Approved Practice there is no insurance cover for the contents of boxes that are not packed by the removal company.
SELF PACKING : removals boxes
If you opt to do your own packing then it is recommended that you start well in advance of your proposed move day to avoid last minute panic.
Get your movers advice on box size and quality. Do not use thin or poor quality boxes as you want maximum protection for your treasured goods. If you are putting anything into bags then try to use either fabric/ strong bags with handles. If you do use ‘ black bin bags ‘ then please please use good quality strong ones and tie the tops to avoid contents spilling out. Also only pack soft stuff in bags, bedding, pillows etc.
See more on www.moveassured.com