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If you've a lot of crockery to pack, may we suggest a ream of acid-free packing tissue? It's acid free so it doesn't damage your heirlooms.
Includes 100 sheets of......
Don't risk scratching, scuffing or marking your chairs when moving - buy an armchair protector! This pack contains 2 strong, poly-plastic armchair protectors to help guard against bumps (and the...
An 18x13x13, double walled box with dividers to hold 15 bottles safely.
A roll of high quality strong small bubble wrap, 500mm wide x 5 Metres long. UK manufactured and branded by 'Cush N Air'.
We suggest that around 10m is enough for......
330 x 254 x 1194 (mm) perfect for the removal of your golfing equipment. Also great if you're an eBayer selling golfing equipment online.
Sized at 584x152x152 (mm), The CD / DVD carton is a die-cut box which allows easy assembly without the need for tape. CD / DVD's can be simply lifted from......
At 560x560x560 (mm), and manufactured from heavy grade double wall cardboard, these boxes are widely used in commercial moving for the storage and transportation of PC's and other electrical products.
When you're moving home (especially if it could be raining) it's really important that your mattresses are protected from water, mud and other dirt. Made of strong poly-plastic, they come......
Sized at 32 x 22 x 3.5 (inches) the double-walled mirror/picture carton is designed with two open sides allowing it to be interlocked for larger mirrors or pictures.
Sized at 1200 x 340 x 830 (mm) this strong, sturdy removals box will help in ensuring your precious TV reaches it's destination in one piece.
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