Now the safe delivery of fragile items is not an impossible thing to do. With proper packaging, the fragile item that is sent can remain safe until it reaches its destination. Also, there is no need to feel anxious during the delivery process.
Examples of fragile items include ceramic or glass tableware, glass bottles, and items containing glass or ceramics. If you send fragile items, make sure you pay attention and prepare extra security for the packaging. Here are Paxel's Safe Packing Tips for fragile items.
1. Prepare the Equipment Needed
The first thing to consider when packing fragile items is to prepare the necessary equipment. You can prepare packing equipment, ranging from cardboard that has strong material, bubble wrap, pieces of paper/cardboard/patchwork, duct tape, to scissors.
2. Cover Fragile Items To Make It Safer
Then you can cover your fragile items to send with paper to make them more secure. If your fragile item already has a suitable box, you can immediately wrap it with thick bubble wrap.
Likewise, fragile packages that have been covered with paper can be directly wrapped in bubble wrap. Make sure you glue the duct tape firmly to make it more secure.
3. Avoid Empty Space in Packages
Once your fragile package is closed and properly wrapped, you can put your fragile item in a cardboard box and fill the space in the cardboard box with pieces of cardboard or paper to keep it safe in case of shock. Then, make sure your package is firmly glued.
4. Report Your Package Type to Attach the Sticker
In the final step, don't forget to report it as a Fragile package type to the delivery service. When sending a fragile package via Paxel, you must notify Hero and report it in the Paxel app during delivery so that the Fragile sticker can be affixed and your packages properly handled during the shipping process.
That's the proper way to pack fragile items. You can also see the packing tips for Fragile in the following video below.