TIPS FOR WRAP AND PACK ELECTRONIC ITEMS

Before you are ready to pack your electronics for moving, you will need to make sure that your equipment is ready to be packed up safely for the move ahead.

    Before you are ready to pack your electronics for moving, you will need to make sure that your equipment is ready to be packed up safely for the move          ahead.  
    Before you disconnect your electronic device, take a picture of it so you will be reminded of how the cables are connected and wired up. This will save            you significant time and headaches when you reach your new home and it’s time to re connect. 
     Additionally, you will eliminate the possibility of damage due to improper installation.  
    Roll up and secure the disconnected cables with rubber bands or zip ties with a proper bond. Make sure to backup important information, pictures,                music and etc. from your computer storage devices.  
    If you are moving very expensive electronic equipment, speak with your moving company for adequate insurance coverage to stay on the safe side of            things just in case.  

    It’s important to know that bubble wrap is your best choice when packing your electronics for moving as it creates an outstanding cushioning effect against unfavorable factors during transit.  

    Choose an anti-static bubble wrap to avoid the possible harmful effects of static electricity on your electronic devices.  

    Soft packing paper is a must when you are packing electronics for a move. 
    For it will keep dust from entering the packed gadgets and will serve as a cushion against external impacts at the same time.  
 
    Continue now with the most important protective layer, which is the bubble wrap layer. The air filled bubbles should provide the best level of safety.  
    However make sure the bubble wrap sheet is well secured over the piece of electronic component. 

    If you intend to pack more than one pieces of electronics in a single cardboard box, be sure to place the heavier and larger device on the bottom and        keep the lighter and smaller pieces on top of them.