There’s no doubt that packing boxes is a good idea.
But can you pack them in a safe manner?
A new survey from Consumer Reports shows that packing a box into a suitcase or packing it into a trunk is not the safest way to store your valuables.
In fact, the company found that when people put boxes in a trunk or suitcase, they can break some of the most important items in their homes.
Here are some of their findings:The best way to pack your boxes safely is to store them in small spaces, with an airtight seal.
But don’t pack them too tightly, as air can get trapped in the packing material.
When you put a box in your trunk, it’s important to pack it well, so that air can circulate around the box and not get trapped.
Keep your items out of direct sunlight, so it won’t catch fire.
You can’t just throw away your boxes.
Some boxes will need to be kept for a long time.
But keep them separate from your other belongings, and put extra storage in the trunk, or in your garage, if you don’t have an enclosed space to store items.
To help you decide which method is the safest, Consumer Reports tested boxes of products from companies like Sears and Macy’s, which all had their own safety guidelines for packing.
Here’s how Consumer Reports rated each method:The safest way is to pack them into small spaces with an open-air seal, as the air can pass through the packing materials and get trapped inside the boxes.
You should also store boxes in your own garage or garage.
To pack them securely, seal them with packing tape.
It can be a hassle to keep all your boxes sealed and secure.
But the safety precautions in these packing boxes make them a good choice.
The safest packing method is to keep your boxes separate from all other items.
Use the right packing tape, seal the boxes, and store them inside the trunk or garage where you can access them at a moment’s notice.
You can also keep your items in an organized bag and keep your valuable items in a drawer, on your dresser, or on a shelf in your closet.
But remember, a packing box should never be packed in an enclosed area, like in a closet.