Pack lampshades, mirrors, pictures, etc., in special cartons designed for them. Ask your sales representative for guidance.


    Tape boxes across tops and edges. Seal every opening tightly.


    Pack your belongings room by room to make unpacking easier. Label each box with your name, contract number, the room the box goes to, and a brief description of the contents. Mark items you'll need right away once you move with "Unpack First," and only mark truly fragile items with "Fragile." Adhesive labels denoting "Fragile", "On Last-Off First" and "Do Not Load" are available.


    Don't pack paints, turpentine, pressurized cans, corrosive items like bleach or any flammable liquid. The law forbids movers to carry flammables. Properly dispose of or give away anything that could cause a fire or damage.


    When packing a personal computer, these steps will help you prepare it for safe transport. For more advice, your local computer dealer can answer other questions. To pack your computer, we strongly recommend that you use the computer's original carton and packing materials. If they're not available, use a box that is both strong and big enough to hold the computer, and pack it with unprinted newspaper.

    • Remove all ink cartridges from the priner.
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