If you’re planning on moving houses, you will definitely have to undergo the packing process. And as you do so from room to room, you will realize that some are less hectic than others. The bathroom to be precise is one tricky spot despite its compact size. This is because you’re going to use some items until the moving day and most of them are fragile and in liquid form. So the best way to go about it is by understanding the challenges and simplifying them to speed up the process. But how? Here is some incredible expert advice to help you get started. Read on!
Step 1: Sorting Out
Begin by taking everything out of their storage (shelves, cabinets, drawers, etc). Place them on the floor and start sorting them out depending on use and type.
Step 2: Declutter
Secondly, take a garbage bag and get rid of everything that you feel isn’t worth moving with. This could be expired items, entirely used ones, too old and the forbidden for transportation ( hazardous items such as razor blades, insecticides, cleaning products, nail polish, aerosol cans, etc)
Note; Avoid pouring stuff into the toilet. It is not only harmful to the environment but also human life.
Step 3: Set Aside
Now that everything is in their rightful place and space seems organized, get a small box or container and fill it with the items you will need until the last minute. This includes toothbrushes, toothpaste, essential toiletries, and your make-up kit. Place it at an accessible spot for easy identification by everyone. This should be the last items to move with you. So remember not to hand it over to the movers. You can even name it if you’re forgetful.
Step 4: Packing
Now, this is the final step in your bathroom moving quest. Follow the following steps for excellent results;
1: Get Ziploc bags and place the opened bottles in them to curb spills and leaks.
2: You should wrap all the fragile and glass bathroom items in bath towels or bubble wraps to avoid breakages.
3: Ensure all your toiletries are well stored in their original bags or packing bags and carefully placed in small moving boxes.
4: Use the dry bathroom curtains and towels to cover the tops, sides, and insides of fragile item boxes ( as an extra cushioning)
5: Ensure the packages are tight to avoid unnecessary movements.
6: You can now seal the boxes with strong tape and label them for easy sorting once you arrive at your new destination.
And Hurray! Congratulations on a job well done! Happy Moving.