Learn How To Properly Pack Non-Breakable Kitchen Items

To Properly Pack Non-Breakable Kitchen Items you'll need:

Packing Tape

Medium and large boxes

Your kitchen towels and linens

Blank newsprint

Instructions on How To Pack Non-Breakable Kitchen Items:

Select a few important pieces of essential cookware – a couple of pots, a frying pan, some cooking spoons, a spatula, and utensils for the first day you’re in your new home.

Put blank newsprint (or ripped-open paper bags) between the items. Fill in spaces with wadded newsprint.

Seal and mark “Kitchen.” On the box you need for cooking when you arrive, mark “Kitchen – First Day.” You’re all done!

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