If you plan on moving, it is important to know how to stretch wrap furniture. Stretch wrapping your furniture can protect your belongings from dirt, dust, and damage which may occur during transit. Stretch wrap is a low cost, simple, yet effective method to protect furniture, such as beds and sofas, and heavy appliances from scratches and scuffs. Stretch wrap will tightly bundle items that are hard to pack. Because stretch wrap sticks to itself and not to surfaces, it is an excellent option for packing your items, as it does not leave behind a sticky residue.
Prior to deciding how to stretch wrap furniture, it is important to remove all detachable parts from your furniture to make all your pieces easier to pack and carry. Wrap items, such as chair legs, in blankets and secure them with stretch wrap. It is important to wrap each item individually, so that parts will not be able to touch each other. Regardless of the strength of each of your items, furniture corners remain the most susceptible to damage when moving. Unprotected furniture corners may scrape against doorways and walls causing further damage. Stretch wrap, foam, and cardboard pieces will secure these corners and ensure that furniture is moved easily.
The following directions will walk you through on how to stretch wrap furniture:
Other tips for how to wrap stretch wrap furniture include:
Stretch wrap is undoubtedly the best material to rely upon for your moving needs. Knowing how to stretch wrap furniture is a valuable skill. At Danshar Polybag and Resin and Toronto Stretch Wrap, we sell high quality stretch film by the skid. Contact us today for a custom quote.
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