Moving Box Labels 140 Pack
A bit on the obsessive-compulsive side, you prepare to move with impeccable detail. All factors are in order for moving day. Your kitchen is set up like a mini packing station – on the island countertop, you have first, a stack of packing paper and second, a roll of bubble wrap for fragile items in the home. For even more delicate items, or your all-white and spot-free dinnerware set, are sheets of foam squarely stacked. You are triple-prepared with three tape guns at each station, with the first at the end of the island to secure your wrapping. Moving clockwise, sitting on the floor in front of the kitchen bay window, are your boxes, in order from small to large moving boxes, neatly piled per size with a sample box already unfolded and taped for your reference when choosing the right size of box for your household items. Of course, a second tape gun with packing tape is loaded and ready for the second step. Further to the right is the kitchen table with both extensions inserted, allowing for a larger work area. Sitting on top, exactly six inches from the edge of the table, is a bag of packing peanuts and a second stack of wrapping paper for filling space inside each moving box. Sitting apart from the packing paper at the exact width of the biggest box is the third roll of packing tape ready to secure the box flaps for a final time. Of course, no organized move would be complete without correct labeling of boxes, so your fourth stop on the packing train are pre-printed moving labels that peel and stick with ease, directly onto each box. However, anxiety would take over if these color coded moving labels were placed incorrectly, so you are also armed with a ruler and pencil to mark one inch from the top and one inch from the left corner to place the moving label at a perfect 90-degree angle. For unique items, or bonus rooms in the new house, you have three permanent markers laying side-by-side, to use for additional moving labels in your best manuscript. After completing the U-shaped stations for every item in your home, you have a small skyline of cardboard boxes immaculately piled by size and destination in the recently swept, shopvac’d and mopped garage, awaiting the moving truck that you will be renting and pulling into the driveway at exactly 8:30 tomorrow morning for moving day. Laying in bed, you are pleased with your progress, most of all, staying on schedule. You look forward to no setbacks or hiccups in your plan for moving…but just in case, you left out two anti-anxiety pills on the corner of your now empty, bedside table with a Dixie cup already half full with water. Always prepared, always in order – aren’t you so glad places like Uboxes.com exist for folks like you?