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Founded in 2008 Blue Peter has grown to be one of the best local and long distance moving companies in India. With the whole hearted support of our loyal customers and counterparts Blue Peter now has presence in the UAE and US as well.
Right Way is managed by professionals with vast experience in the field of Shipping and Logistics. We have so far handled thousands of long distance moves across the world.
International relocation of household goods is our core business. We are specialized in Car shipping and pet relocation services. Well connected with trusted moving companies around the world we can cater all your relocation needs to and from any world destinations.
When shipping cost becomes constrain compared to the actual cost of your goods Blue Peter can be your best option to make the move happen.
Our move consultants are ready to answer all your moving related queries. This will help you well prepared for your upcoming move. Safety is our top priority during all operations. 

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Packing Tips
 
Before You Start
 

* Get started at least one full week in advance of your move date.

* Estimate the number, sizes and material (tape, paper, etc.) of boxes you will need in advance. People tend to underestimate the number of boxes they need. We encourage you to talk to your Move Coordinator for guidance about preparing for your move.

* Obtain new, strong boxes and thick black pens for labeling. All packed boxes must have closed lids, allowing us to stack them properly in our moving truck. In the case you need supplies; Blue Peter can deliver boxes and supplies at low prices.

* Packing is hard work. Avoid muscle pain and strain by :
       > Stretching each day before you begin packing.
       > Dressing in cool, comfortable clothing.
       > Keeping plenty of water and snacks nearby.
       > Lifting with your legs, not your back.
       > Taking a cool shower after packing.
       > Or just hire Blue Peter to pack and unpack!

* Avoid mixing items from different rooms in the same box. 

* Don’t use used boxes. You don't know if the box will be strong enough to support your possessions

* Never use duct tape -use packing tape.

 
 

How to Pack

General Packing

• Put heavy items in small boxes and lighter items in large boxes.
• Heavier items should be packed at the bottom of the box and lighter items at the top.
• Use only small boxes for books. They get very heavy, very fast 
• Remember: the heavier the item, the smaller the box.
• Never use printed newsprint to wrap fine china.
• Wrap breakable items with blank newsprint or bubble wrap.
• Secure the top and bottom of each box with plenty of tape.
• Label all boxes by room and contents as detailed as possible. Write FRAGILE in big letters where appropriate.
• As you pack each room, stack the boxes neatly in one corner.
• Irreplaceable (i.e. heirlooms) or highly valuable items (i.e. financial records) should be packed and transported by you in your own conveyance. This allows you to remain in control and have continuous custody of these items.
• Do not pack hazardous or flammable materials. Dispose of these or transport them separately.
• Purchase mattress bags for mattresses and box springs.
• Try to pack all electronic equipment, like stereos in their original boxes. Otherwise use bubble wrap when packing these items.
• As you take apart furniture and other items make sure to tape all parts to the main base
• Clearly label all boxes on top and side.
• Always pack and unpack breakables over a padded surface.

 
Kitchenware
 

• For packing kitchenware, we recommend using a special box called a Dish Pack with an insert called a Cell Kit. The combination of a reinforced box with  dividers makes for a very secure container to hold dishes of all shapes and sizes. Always wrap each item in blank newsprint before placing in the container.
• Always stack dishes upwards when packing.
• Don’t pack with food or supermarket boxes. You never know what little critter is hiding – or if the box will be strong enough to support your possessions
• Do not pack any open containers of liquids.

Pictures & Lamps

• Use a special box called a Mirror Pack, which can be cut and taped to size.
• Wrap glass covered pictures with blank newsprint or bubble wrap.
• Never place paper on oil paintings.
• Pack lamp shades in a separate box and dispose of the light bulb before your move. We recommend replacing light bulbs with more energy efficient bulbs  upon moving into your new home.
• Never use printed newsprint to wrap fine china.

 

When You Finish

• Check all your boxes and make sure they are labeled by room and contents.
• Stack your boxes in a corner in each room, saving you money due to the reduced loading time.