It may seem easy to use bubble wrap when packing, but there are a few things you should know before packing your stuff with bubble wrap. Bubble wrap can leave marks on things like mirrors or other reflective surfaces. You can wrap these objects in paper first, then bubble wrap to get around this problem. Make sure the bubble part of the wrap is touch the object and not facing outwards. You can even use bubble wrap for sharp edges.
- You can use most type of bubble wrap to wrap anything when you move.
- Make sure the bubbles are touching the thing you’re moving. They shouldn’t face outside.
- Use paper first and then bubble wrap if you don’t want to leave marks.
“Originally intended to serve as textured wallpaper, it experienced its first success as packaging material in 1959, two years after it was invented, when IBM was looking for a way to protect its products during shipping.”