Sterile Packing for a Moving
In times when the world hysteria has reached its climax it is very difficult to decide to move to another place. But remember, if you follow the rules and take precautions, everything is not as scary as it is presented in mass media. But it is still very serious. Everybody must do their contribution and prevent the spread of COVID-19 while moving. How not to delay your planned, long-awaited and long-distance move? How to make your move sanitary? You may concern not only with sanitary concerns but with the fragility of your belongings. We have prepared some useful tips from our professional movers if you are moving through coronavirus, especially if you are moving with someone with a disability or sick.
Professional sterile packing materials include
The purposes of a sterile packaging system are to ensure the packaging material doesn’t allow the penetration of germs. It maintains the sterility of the contents until you open it. There are plenty of sterile packaging systems (woven fabrics, plastic-plastic pouches, nonwoven materials, paper-plastic pouches (commonly called peel packs), and rigid instrument containers). The disadvantage is that this option is not cheap and not so easy to purchase.
Moving sterile packing materials include
- Sterile bags
- Cardboard boxes
- Plastic bags
- Packing tapes
- Bubble plastic
- Moving blankets
The greatest advantage is that you can buy everything from the list in a corner shop.
Moving is a definitely not clean process. You must purchase sterile storage bags and use them to protect your items from dirt and dust that are supposed to be everywhere at your home. If you understand that you need assistance of experienced moving helpers be ready to provide them with the opportunity to wash hands properly, personal towel and sanitary gel.
First of all, declutter and sort before your move. We propose you to start packing with the most common room and proceed one by one. Don’t waste your time to pack things you won’t need. We also propose you to read our article on How to move like a pro to save your precious time. Our moving team wants to provide you with a list of things moving helpers won’t move:
- Aerosol Cans
- Charcoal, kerosene, lighter fluid and propane
- Chemicals and solvents
- Cleaning chemicals and solvents
- Fire extinguishers
- Nail polish and remover
- Paints, varnishes and paint thinners
- Perishable food
- Pool chemicals
- Propane tanks
- Scuba tanks
- Weed killer
Believe our years of experience professional help will be your best option. You can rely on our moving helpers with your sterile move through COVID-19. Take care of yourself!