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Know What to Do with Used Bubble Wrap

One of the most tedious parts of planning a move is packing. When doing so, you'd have to prepare all the packing supplies that you need. You also have to organize your things so that you can bring along with you only the items needed for your new house or office. Then, you have to wrap the items individually and make sure that they will not move and get broken in transit.
 
Although there are some people who hire full-service movers to professional pack, move and unpack their belongings for them, some prefer to do the packing themselves. Not only will you be saving money in the process, but you can monitor the organization of your things as well. The good news is that there are plenty of supplies which you can use to pack your things efficiently, the primary of which is bubble wrap.
 
Why Do I Need Bubble Wrap for a Move?
 
As you may already know, bubble wrap is a type of plastic material which has pockets of air all around the surface. This is used by shipping companies to protect items from breaking during transit. If you are moving, you can also use bubble wrap to prevent items inside the boxes from bumping against each other and getting broken in the process. Here are a few items which you can prevent from breaking using bubble wrap:
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    Framed Pictures
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    Glasses
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    Plates and other dinnerware
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    TV or computer screens
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    Vases
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    Vanity mirrors
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    Wall clocks
 
Basically, anything which has the potential to get broken during a move can be protected using bubble wrap.
 
Tips for Reusing Bubble Wrap
 
Now, what are you supposed to do with the bubble wrap after using them for a move? Here are a few suggestions:
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   Place the bubble wrap along with peanut foams and other package fillers to be reused in the future.
If you're always on the move because of your job, then you definitely should keep the bubble wrap and all the other packing supplies that you have for future use.
 
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   Use it in an art project.
If you have kids who are good with their hands, you can all sit down and create an art project with bubble wrap as material. Combine it with other materials to make something creative out of plastic that's covered with air bubbles.
 
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   Go online and look for shipping companies who will gladly take them out of your hands.
Postal companies, shipping and moving companies will also gladly take the bubble wrap out of your hands. There are some establishments offering their services online, where you can mail out bubble wrap and other packing supplies to them for recycling.
 
It's best to keep the bubble wrap in good condition after use - so resist the urge to pop those bubbles no matter how fun it might be! Finding a use for this plastic material is best so that you can help save the environment by properly recycling such items.