While moving into a new home can be an exciting experience, the actual "moving" part can be a drag. While many people hire professional movers they can get expensive and can require a lot of oversight.
What if you knew their tips and trick of the trade yourself?
These moving hacks from our friends at Simply Self Storage will help you move like a pro. They cover 50 of the best moving tips, tricks and hacks to help you pack and move efficiently. Here are some of the best ones:
Moving Tips for Your Kitchen
Use plastic wrap to keep utensils in their organizer. It makes unpacking super fast!
Fill a pot with spices when you are packing. It saves space and makes it easier to transport them.
Wrap your stemware and glasses in clean socks to keep them from cracking.
Moving Tips for Your Bedroom
Use wine box dividers to keep shoes organized while moving!
Slide clothing on hangers directly into garbage bags, then secure them with the ties. It will keep them together and you can simply rehang them in the new house!
Stuff small items in your shoes instead of having them loose in boxes.
Moving Hacks for Your Living Room
Pipe insulation can be used to protect the edge of large picture or mirror frames. Pool noodles are another great way!
Wrap a rubber band around the end of a hammer to prevent scuffing the wall when removing nails.
Keep pesky cords from tangling with toilet paper rolls. Label them and arrange them by room for ultimate organization.
Moving Tips for Your Bathroom
Put your earrings, necklaces and bracelets in egg cartons so that they don’t tangle.
Keep bottles of liquid from leaking by opening them, putting a piece of saran wrap over the opening, then screwing the cap back on. You can also do this while traveling!
Use a binder clip as a blade guard on razors to avoid unwanted cuts while unpacking.
Moving Hacks for Your Home Office
Pack smaller things around heavier items to fill the empty space in boxes.
Pack books or other heavy items in suitcases with wheels for easy mobility.
Put your important documents in plastic bags to keep them safe.