Safety tips for storing pottery

When moving there are a lot of things that can go wrong. From forgetting to pack an important item, or forgetting to fuel the van, to damage occurring on your belongings. These all are things that can be easily avoidable. But, however, aren’t. This rings true for storing pottery, as well. It’s really easy to prevent any damage from occurring to your precious ceramics. However, most people don’t know or don’t want to take the necessary precautions. If you are the former, we have good news for you. Preferred Movers NH are here to help!

a person making pottery
Creating something in pottery can take a long time. That’s why we always urge our clients to take the necessary safety precautions.

Today, we are going to share with you our favorite safety tips for storing pottery. From packing, to hacks about the actual relocation process, and everything in between. So, let’s get started.

Hire a reliable moving company

A word of advice before we begin. We always recommend that our clients hire movers Atkinson NH. They offer high-quality packing solutions, at an affordable price. So, if you are unsure how to pack your ceramics, or don’t want to risk any damage during relocation, this is the option for you. The peace of mind you’ll get from knowing professionals are on your side cannot be overstated. You’ll know that they’ll pack your belongings properly, that they will relocate your belongings to your desired location, and all that in a blink of an eye. However, some people love relocating by themselves, or simply don’t have the moving budget to hire movers. If you are one of those people then read on. Here are our top safety tips for storing pottery if you are moving by yourself.

A person storing pottery in a moving box
Having a helping hand is always welcome.

Safety tips for storing pottery

If you want to learn from professional packers then make sure you follow the following tips:

  • Use the correct packing material. The most important safety tip is to use the correct packing materials. Padding and wrapping material, such as bubble wrap, moving blankets, are key here.
  • Label the moving box. Once you’ve packed all your pottery accordingly, don’t forget to label the moving box with the words “fragile” or “handle with care”. This will serve as a reminder to the movers (or to you) to handle the moving box with extra caution.
  • Place the moving box in the moving truck, accordingly. Finally, make sure that you put the moving box alongside other moving boxes. So, as it fits snug between other moving boxes. This way you’ll prevent the moving box from moving during relocation. The same logic applies even if you are planning on hiring storage units north Hampton NH and moving your belongings there.
  • Handle the moving box with care when relocating. You might say that this tip is considered as a matter of course. However, most people, after they’ve moved are just excited to unpack their belongings and get started with their new life. So, we urge you to take the unpacking part of your move, as serious, if not even more serious than the actual packing and loading process. You don’t want to end up with broken ceramics after you’ve already delivered the whole thing in one piece!