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When preparing to transfer kitchen equipment, be particularly cautious when packing fragile objects like glass cups. When packaging your glassware, there are a few simple measures you can follow to ensure that everything arrives in one piece. Here are the steps:
1. Prepare the Box
2. Box Up the First Layer
3. Fill the Box
4. Wrapped Stemmed Glass Cups
5. Cushion the Top
6. Check and Seal the Box
If you're using paper, crumple up several sheets to cover the bottom of the box, whether it's packing paper or newsprint. Crumpling the paper will give enough padding to keep the glass cups from striking the bottom of the box and will also protect them if it is dropped.
Make sure you have a thick enough layer on the bottom to shield the contents from bumps if you're using towels or sheets.
Fold over the ends at the bottom of the glass cup to create a lovely tight package now that your glass cups or other glasses are wrapped. At this stage, you shouldn't be able to feel the cup's edges. Depending on whether the glass cups has a handle or a big lip, you may need to wrap an additional layer of paper if you can.
Place the glass (or pair of glasses) on top of crumpled paper or heaped towels in the box.
Continue to wrap your glass cups in single or double packages, stacking them one on top of the other. Make sure that the heavier, bulkier glasses are on the bottom and the lighter glass cups are on the top.
Follow the procedures above for glasses with a fragile stem, such as wine glasses, but be sure to wrap the stem first before wrapping the glass cups. Wrap the stem in half a sheet, then set it on the stack of paper and begin rolling. This guarantees that the glass's most delicate section is well protected. Also, instead of wrapping two stemmed glasses at a time, just one should be wrapped at a time, and these glasses should always be packed last in the box, giving plenty of room for extra padding at the top.
Make sure the box isn't too stuffed and that there's enough room at the top for extra packing materials. Make sure the amount of crumpled paper you put in the bottom of the box matches the amount you put in the top. If you're using towels or other materials, make sure there's enough area on top to add a thick layer.
Shake the box gently back and forth before sealing it. You shouldn't be able to hear or feel much moving of the contents of the glass cups.
When you're satisfied with the packing, tape the box shut and mark it, indicating what's inside and which room it belongs in. Always label the box as "fragile" so that the movers are aware that it must be handled with care.
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