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Essential Packing Supplies from Pro Atlanta Movers

Are you wondering what essential packing supplies will make your move easier? The professional Atlanta movers at All My Sons Moving & Storage have created this list of the essential packing supplies, so that your move can go as smoothly as possible! Follow this list closely, and you can be assured that your move will be stress-free.


You are going to need plenty of clean, sturdy boxes in a variety of sizes. Our Atlanta movers recommend using small packing boxes for the heavier things like books, electronics and fragile items that should be packed separately. Medium-sized cardboard boxes are good for clothing, toys and small appliances. The large moving boxes should be reserved for lightweight items like bedding, curtains and pillows.

Protective Materials

Packing paper is excellent because it resists dirt and oil, while providing protection to glass surfaces and other delicate items. It’s also extremely versatile, so you can use it to create cushioning layers in the boxes and as fillers to fill any empty spaces in moving boxes to keep things from shifting. Plastic wrap is also used to keep dirt and dust away. It is extremely practical and strong, so it can be used for bundling items together, keeping drawers in place and for securing paper padding or moving blankets.


Having all the correct packing supplies isn’t complete without having the correct packing accessories. A packing tape dispenser is a simple tool that will significantly speed up your work time, and you will be able to get the job done efficiently and effortlessly. To have an efficient labeling system, you will need permanent markers. Permanent markers will stay organized during the packing process, which ultimately facilitates your unpacking efforts later.

For professional moving and packing supplies in Atlanta, call All My Sons today.

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