Basic Tips on Kitchen Packing
Packing is basically done the same way whatever it is you are packing. You need the most appropriate packing materials so you will not damage any kitchen appliances and kitchen accessories. For instance, baking tins, cutlery, and spice racks need to be packed in large sturdy boxes. Pantry stuff, silverware and appliances go in medium boxes. Small items like keys, covers and nuts in zip lock bags. Breakables need cell boxes. Of course, prepare newspapers and clothes for padding.
It's always best to start packing the items that you least need. As the moving day approaches you could move on to the more essential items too. You should put the most essential things in your essential box so you can open it first when you get to your new home. This way, you will have everything you will need to prepare food and to maintain cleanliness in the kitchen. You could even include in the some snacks and nibbles in your kitchen essential box. Of course, coffee, tea, sugar and condiments should not be forgotten. If you can you should bring with you the essential boxes especially the light and expensive items. Forget bringing perishables if you will travel long distance.
In packing appliances, make sure to consult the manuals so you can be sure that you are packing the appliances safely. By doing so, you somehow ensure that you will have a complete set of kitchen appliances when you get to your new home.