What is the best packing material for fragile items?
Thick clothes are the best option for protecting fragile items (when used properly, of course). Bubble wrap is effective only when used with other packing materials.
Here are the packing materials you should always splurge on:
- Packing paper.
- Moving boxes.
- Packing tape.
- Bubble wrap.
How do you wrap a fragile gift?
When wrapping a fragile gift with some dimension, such as a wine goblet or champagne, you’ll want to stuff the inside of the glass with protective packing material such as tissue paper or, if you’re shipping the gift, something even sturdier such as bubble wrap.
How do you wrap a fragile package?
Protect your item with bubble wrap
If the item you’re shipping has an opening or hole, fill the empty space with some crumpled up paper or bubble wrap. Cover your fragile item in a layer of paper. Use a little Scotch Tape to keep it in place if needed. Add a layer or two of bubble wrap, making sure you cover all parts.