STORAGE PACKING SUPPLIES

The Packing supply Shop at Bedford Storage in Bedford has all you really need for packing and wrapping.

Strong cardboard moving boxes in a range of sizes are great if you’re moving house or need to safely store your goods. Extra strong archive boxes for your business’s archive storage are essential if you want to protect your paperwork.

As well as boxes, Bedford Storage Bedford based packing supply shop also stocks a range of parcel tape and fragile tape. And to ensure that your possessions are safe from harm we also sell bubble wrap, wrapping paper, stretch wrap and even soft grip gloves!

Whether you are packing up to move or packing up to store, Bedford Storage in Bedford has a whole range of all the materials you need. contact us or pop in – we’re based in Bedford, Bedfordshire.

Here is a price the list of our popular products.

Small Box = £2.50 each

VARI DEPTH CARTON 457 X 305 X 305MM

18X12X12 125KTBC 360 PLT VARI DEPTH 6,9″

Medium Box = £3.00 each

CORRUGATED CARTON 457 X 457 X 508MM

18 X 18 X 20″ 150KTBC PTD ARROWS 90p/plt

Large Box = £3.50 each

CORRUGATED CARTON 457 X 457 X 762MM*ARROWS

18 X 18 X 30″ 125KTDW GLUED

Wardrobe Cartons = £7.50 each

WARDROBE CTN & WITH 18″ BARS 90 PER PLT

508 X 457 X 1220 (150K/150BC) D/W W/S

Removal (not parcel) Tape = £2.00 Per Roll

VINYL TAPE BROWN 48MM X 66M **PVC**

Bubble Wrap (Large Roll) = £50.00

JIFFY SMALL BUBBLE 1500 X 100M (1 X 1500)

PACK 1 X 1500

Bubble Wrap (small Roll) = £20.00

JIFFY SMALL BUBBLE 500 X 100M (1 X 500)

PACK1 X 500

What size removal box to use for what?

Small boxes should be used to pack heavy, small items such as books, records, tins, bottles, cutlery, heavy food (rice, sugar etc) and heavy ornaments. Long stemmed glasses, delicate ornaments, very fragile china, glasses and small pictures should also be packed in these boxes. Books, for the most part, should be packed flat. They may be packed on their edges, but never with the opening facing downwards as this may break the binding. Pictures and records should be packed on their edges. Make sure that bottle tops are tight and pack bottles upright.

Medium sized boxes are the most commonly used and are used for most other household effects such as pots, pans, glass, china, ornaments, pictures, clothing, food etc. When packing china plates they should be placed on their edges, never flat, on the bottom of the box in batches of three or four, with paper between each plate. When the bottom of the box is covered continue filling with heavy china, Pyrex, mugs, bowls, vases etc. On top of this place glass and china (pack glasses upright.) Fill the boxes to capacity using soft items such as pillows, cushions, towels, cuddly toys, etc to take up any space on top. It is also a good idea to place soft items between each layer of china. Do not overfill the boxes; keep them square and in shape.

Large boxes should be used for lighter items such as clothing, light linen, shoes, bedding, toys, board games etc You may also pack light pots and pans in these cartons. Keep back sufficient large boxes for packing of bedding in current use and mark boxes accordingly ie. BED 1, BEDDING, this will ensure they are easily identified for making up beds at your new home.