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Monthly Archives: October 2010

  • When Unpacking Becomes Overwhelming

    For some people, moving house is a fairly benign experience until it's time to unpack.
  • Cutting Down Boxes for Shipping

    Used moving boxes are great for shipping purposes even though they tend to be larger than what we need most of the time.
  • Downsize Your Home before You Move

    Are you considering downsizing to a smaller home?
  • Making a Doll House with Moving Boxes

    After a house move is finished, you're left with your used moving supplies scattered around the house... how about putting them to good use with your children?
  • Packing Boxes Don't Like Moisture

    Cardboard packing boxes are great for moving, storing, and shipping... however they are especially susceptible to moisture.
  • Don't Forget the Webbing

    You're getting ready to move and you've decided you want to do it right. You need to be determined to buy all your moving supplies from a reliable company that sells quality products. But just one question: Have you thought about webbing?
  • Fun with Moving Supplies

    Moving is hard work. It's time consuming, stressful, and really not something we look forward to. But where your kids are concerned it can be a great time - especially after the move is done.
  • How Much Packing Tape Should I Use?

    Packing tape is one of those products uniquely suited for its intended purpose... Packing tape seals our moving and shipping boxes like nobody's business, but how much do you need?
  • Removal Blankets can Save the Day

    When you're moving house, don't be cheap, invest into some removal blankets to protect your furniture.
  • Why Use Tissue Paper for Packing?

    Tissue paper and its heavier cousin, packing paper, are generally used to wrap dishes, glasses, and other fragile items. But why tissue paper?
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