Wrapping your fragile items is easy now!
Stressed by the move? You're not alone. Combat that stress by focusing on the little pieces that make up the whole -- for example, that bone china dinner set you received at your wedding. Carefully pack up the pieces one by one and save them for another day with durable packing paper.
- Thick and strong in 5 lb, 10 lb and 20 lb packs
- 27" x 17" is large enough to pack most of your valuables
- Unprinted newsprint is acid-free and ink-free
- Durable paper that requires less sheets to pack fragile items
Packing paper from the dollar store doesn't cut it; use our paper to protect all of your precious items.
Let Polly and the kids share the paper after!
An American moving company stacked the three substances against each other: newspaper, bubble wrap and packing paper. Newspaper lost dismally; it's too fragile to save delicate items, and the ink stains china and porcelain. Bubble wrap did well but is not recyclable and is very expensive. Packing paper worked perfectly and allowed items to be stacked on each other.
- The plain surface is easy to label for an organized move
- It's reusable! Line your parrot's cage or let the kids paint on after the move
- It won't easily tear, so use less. Less mistakes = faster packing
- Packing paper breaks down easily during recycling
Keep Your China White and Bright
The last thing you want is your precious bone china to arrive with nasty ink stains because you used old newspaper to pack! This paper will protect your precious items as carefully as if you hand-carried each cup and saucer yourself. The white acid-free and ink-free paper is also easy to label, so you can unwrap your things quickly and efficient.
You Need Strength for the Fragile
Those porcelain teacups need to be packed individually. Dime-store packing paper or newspaper won't make the cut; you'll need more than one sheet to be effective. This paper is incredibly strong so you need less of it to protect your valuables. At 27" x 17", it's just the right size to accommodate your needs. With 5 lb, 10 lb and 20lb packs to suit your every need.
Don't Limit the Paper to Packing
Sure, the paper was specifically developed to protect valuables while moving, but it has so many other uses as well. Did you hear that gift wrapping paper isn't reusable? Guess what is? Use it for crafts or lay it down for the kids to draw on. Line the pet's cage or or reptile's aquarium with the leftovers!