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  1. If your home is like mine, you will have many shelves with lots of books that you have to pack and move. While I always recommend removing anything that you do not use or do not need, books are things that I have a hard time giving away. But when packing books that I want to keep and move, there are several ways to pack them. This guide will guide you through three different book packing methods recommended by the university library in the town where I live. Each day they pack and send hundreds of books across the country. Sort and exit the book If you travel long distances, hire people, and are being charged by weight, make sure you read the book carefully and determine what you want to keep and pay for it. Very heavy books. Even paperback books can add a lot of money. And if you are like me, you tend to accumulate a lot in a short time, so find a good home for them and know that someone will get pleasure from reading them as you did. Use the Box on the right Once you've decided you're moving, pick an average box and check to make sure it holds the weight and it's not wet, especially if it's a used box. While I'm a big fan of packaging with the box used, when it comes to books, you want to make sure the box is solid, will hold the weight and not have any dampness that could harm the book. You can visit http://www.thuexetai.info/ for more packing tips. You also need to pack the tape to seal the bottom and top boxes and a marker marking the contents of the box. Prepare the box to pack If you buy a new box, you will need to place them first. Make sure you stamp the bottom by doubling the amount of tape. If you are using a recycling box, I always tape the bottom of the package to make sure it will hold. How to bind cardboard Hardcover editions can be packaged by placing them in a vertical box, the spinal column on the side of the box, just as you put it on the shelf. If you book this way, make sure they are well packaged, but not too tight so that they can be damaged when you remove them. If hardcover editions are of fair value, package each package on the wrapper before placing it in the box. Books of great value, such as old photo albums or first edition, require the hardcover between each compartment to keep spikes straight and to prevent any movement. Each book should also be protected by paper and placed in a cushion box. Bubble bags or wrapping paper can be used to queue up boxes before you pack each book. How to Pack Paperbacks Hardcover editions, as well as cardboard, can also be packaged flat and stacked. Both kinds of books can also be packaged with the first spine with paper edges up. To avoid spoilage, do not bind the book with the edges of the paper protruding and folding - this will cause the book to bend and to bend. Books can also be packaged using all three methods in one box. Just make sure you do not close the book at strange angles. Finally, use a sheet of paper to fill the remaining space. Books can move easily during the move, causing damage. Protect the box Tape canned and labeled "book". In the moving truck, do not stack the boxes unless you can secure them. Again, the book is heavy, and if the boxes should topple, they can cause a lot of damage to furniture or other items that are not well protected. Long Book Archives If you need to store books for any length of time, make sure the repository is dry and cool. And if your books are high on value, you may want to use acid-free paper instead of paper packaging. Acid-free paper will not get damaged or turn yellow over time.
  2. One of the most challenging items on your pack list will be the large flat screen TV. At NguyenloiMoving, we are particularly interested in these sophisticated and expensive items. If you are planning to pack your Television, we can help you by giving you a little advice and a look at the truth behind one of the biggest questions in moving the LCD TV. Even our best advice cannot guarantee that you will have a safeguard, especially if you experience a lot of road crashes, but this small guide will improve your chances of getting a TV in a safe place. and sound. Let's start with the big question: Can I Move My Flat TV, Or Do I Have to Hold It Straight? Perhaps you have heard that you cannot put flat modern TVs without ruining them. That's just part of the truth. There is nothing wrong with placing a flat screen, and it will not break just from horizontal instead of vertical. The real problem is that a monitor placed on the face or on its back is easily damaged by all sorts of other factors. These monitors are designed to be transported and used to stand up; A horizontal TV will have more pressure on the screen and any pressure that is like a moving truck can cause real damage. So if your TV is perfectly packaged, there is nothing wrong with putting it down, but on the other hand there is no reason to risk it. How Should I Close My LCD TV? Okay, let's take the same issue: how to pack your TV. First of all, your best option is to always re-pack the TV in the box to which it is inserted. Of course most people do not bother to save those boxes, but if you're one of those people doing, you've got a solution all ready to go. If you are really serious about the best possible security for your large flat panel, you can buy special boxes designed to provide the same protection from NguyenloiMoving. But that may be overkill. If you are looking for something simpler, your best option may be to pack a soft blanket around the entire TV and seal the blanket with tape. This protects the entire TV, and in particular it keeps the screen protected from scratches. If you have a bubble wrap in your hand, you should add one or two layers on the blanket - and if you do not have bubble wrap in your hand, maybe you need to pick a bit! It's a lot cheaper than a new TV, and you'll have a lot of other fragile items to wrap too. Finally, when it's time to load the TV into your moving truck, make sure you have a companion to help you carry it - this is something you definitely do not want to drop. Make sure you place the TV in a safe place in the car. It certainly is not under anything that can fall into it, and if it's on top of other items, make sure it will not slip off and hit the floor. If you have two mattresses, you are lucky: putting the TV upright between the two mattresses is a great way to keep it safe and secure. And as always, if you're in Ho Chi Minh city and need a hand, NguyenloiMoving will help you.
  3. I think the most difficult furniture for us to move. I wanna share this article for you to get useful information. I translated into English. Moving house - How to move the refrigerator is safe and effective? Refrigerators are cool home appliances that are both convenient and necessary in every home. However, the refrigerator can easily be damaged during transportation if you do not move the refrigerator properly. Please join with NguyenloiMoving to find out through 8 steps to move your home completely. Step 1: Take all the food out of the refrigerator The first thing to do is to ensure that no food is left in the fridge as food and drinks can break, drop during transportation and cause the refrigerator to malfunction. Step 2: Take out the tray tray Removing all trays, ice compartments out is very useful because not only can the weight be reduced, but it also keeps the tray from being disturbed during transportation. However, note how to remove these trays so you can easily fit them in. Step 3: Unplug the power cord For safety reasons, be sure to remove the powerplug from the drive before packing and should be neatly folded to avoid interfering with the drive. Step 4: Defrost and dry the cabinet before packing Before you move at least 6 to 8 hours, flush the refrigerator. It will be very dangerous when there is snow or water on the move because of strong shaking, water may fall into the openings to damage the circuit. Not only that, if not dry very dry, the crowded closet will facilitate bacterial and mold growth. Therefore, after defrosting, use a dry towel to wipe off the stale water in the refrigerator. Step 5: Freeze the refrigerator door. You can use duct tape to fix the refrigerator door to help prevent the cabinet door from opening but do not tie too tightly because it can damage the fringe of the refrigerator. Step 6: Cover. If you move the refrigerator away, the refrigerator must be carefully packed by inserting layers of foam or cloth into the carton and sealed with newspaper or cloth, and then glued thoroughly. Step 7: Carry lightly. Move the cabinet lightly onto the trolley and use a fixed wire in the car. When renting a truck you need to make sure the transport company has specialized equipment to move the refrigerator. When moving the refrigerator, it is best to put the refrigerator in a working position. During the move, there should be support from at least 2 people, especially when up or down stairs you need to pay close attention and need healthy people to avoid collisions. Step 8: Put the fridge in a new location. After completing the move, the fridge can be placed in the position you have chosen before and can be used again. However, do not plug and use the cabinet immediately. It is best to allow 2 to 3 hours and then plug in the power to ensure safety. Source: thuexetai.info Translator: Helen Nguyen
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