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China Carton
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Dimensions 18" X 18" X 28"

The china carton is designed more for professional, rather than homeowner use. It is a large double wall carton designed to be self supporting. This carton will protect your fine china and crystal, while supporting a load without any internal filler.

Packed correctly, goods within a china carton can withstand moderate to heavy shock, without sustaining damage.

After assembling the carton, a pad made up of twelve to fourteen sheets of crumpled newsprint should be placed evenly in the bottom of the carton. This will effectively provide a shock absorber for the bottom layer of goods. Heavier items such as mixing bowls, dinner plates, large vases, or decanters, etc, should be packed on edge (not as they sit on the table), or vertically (in the case of decanters, etc.), to fill the bottom layer in the carton.

Another pad of twelve to fourteen sheets of crumpled newsprint should be applied to the top of this layer to provide a buffer for the next layer. This layer should be made up of smaller bowls, bread and butter plates, water glasses, etc. These pieces should also be packed on edge or vertically. Vertically and on edge is probably starting to sound like a broken record. There is a reason. If things are packed horizontally in a large carton, the compaction factor could be twenty layers or more, when they are packed on edge or vertically, the factor is reduced to three or four. The lower the factor; the less risk of damage. OK. Back to packing a china carton!

The third and probably last layer, must be supported, once again, on a pad of crumpled newsprint. This layer can be made up of fine crystal, ornaments, and general bric-a–brac found in a kitchen. Small spaces on top of this layer can be filled with well wrapped small pieces such as salt and pepper shakers, tea cups, etc. Well wrapped, as there is no buffering layer between the third layer and these final pieces, and, as always, on edge or vertically.

Fill any remaining airspace in the carton with crumpled newsprint, and seal the carton on all seams. Now label it well on the top and two adjacent sides.

Et Voila!!! You've packed a china carton.

For more detailed instructions please contact us.

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All materials listed are new, and, of professional quality.

REMEMBER, PREPARATION IS EVERYTHING!

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