How to Pack Kitchen Items for Moving


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Even after hiring the best movers, packing a kitchen for a move may seem like a difficult task. Not only do you have to think about big appliances and dishes, but you also have to think about perishable items like food. Also, kitchen items are often different sizes and shapes, which makes it hard to know which boxes and other moving supplies will work best. You will save time, energy, and headaches if you know how to pack your kitchen items. Check out our movers’ advice on how to pack your kitchen like a professional.


Gather Supplies

Having the right moving supplies is necessary when packing your kitchen. Because there are so many fragile objects like bakeware and glassware, you will need plenty of bubble wrap, packing peanuts, and packing paper. You will also need a variety of box sizes and even dividers for the boxes. These supplies will make sure all of your things make the move in one piece.


Make an Essentials Box

Set aside a box of essentials like a few plates, cups, and silverware so that you have access to things you need as soon as you move in. You want to make sure you have the essentials to eat dinner after moving in before you unpack all of your boxes.


Packing Appliances

Clean and empty all of your appliances. If you still have the original boxes, you’ll be fine. But if you don’t have them, put your appliances in the next-largest box you can find. Fill any empty spaces around the appliances in the box with wadded-up packing paper. Remove any hoses from larger appliances and store them inside the appliance. Tape the doors shut and tape the cords to the side or back. Once they are on the moving truck, wrap them in moving blankets.


Packing Perishable Food

Separate the items that won’t go bad from the food that will. Then, proceed by getting rid of stuff in your pantry. Throw away anything that has gone bad, and give food that is still good but you don’t want to move to a food bank. Before putting something in a box, it should be closed tight. Use a cooler to move things that go bad quickly. But if you are moving a long distance, it may be better to throw away food that will spoil or give usable items to a neighbor or friend than to move them. As soon as you get to your new home, prioritize putting the perishable items away so that they don’t spoil.


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