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Cups, Glasses, Collectibles
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Every day cups and glasses can be wrapped in packing paper. More
valuable cups, glasses, and collectibles should be wrapped in bubble
wrap or put in foam pouches.
A rule of thumb is to use more/better cushioning as the value of the
items go up.
Very fragile items (champagne flutes) should have some bubble wrap
Line the bottom of a dish box with crumpled packing paper.
Put in a dish divider (square cardboard piece)
Put a dish insert on top of this. The insert has 16 compartments.
Put one item (or two if the items are small) in each compartment.
Use crumpled paper to line the inside of the box, keeping the items at
least one inch away from the edge of the box.
Put another divider in and repeat to make a new layer.
For item that are taller than 7 inches, use two inserts without a divider in
between them. This will give you 16 compartments 14 inches tall.
Put another layer of crumpled paper at the top when filled and seal the
Also use more/better cushioning as the fragility of the item goes up.
Each item should be wrapped individually.
When loading a moving truck, try to put these boxes near the top of a