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If you are sending more than one item it is important when packing figurines and other delicate items that you reduce the risk of the items banging into each other during transport.
|1.||Wrap or pack each single item - Separately|
|Avoid the items banging into each other and breaking, by packing them separately in each their own small box. Make sure every box is large enough to have cushioning or springy fill between the item and the walls of the box.|
|2.||Use springy fill|
|As springy fill you can use rolled up newspapers (tear single pages out and roll each page together separately - this works well as springy fill). We recommend using at least 5 cm fill from the item to the walls of the box.|
|3.||Pack all the items together in one large box|
|Once every item is packed as described in step 1 and 2 you should put them together in one large box. Place them side-by-side to reduce the risk of the items banging into each other and break.|
|4.||Use springy fill - again!|
In the large box you also need springy fill. Add springy fill all around the items placing them in the center of the large box.
The smaller boxes should be surrounded by at least 5 cm of springy fill or cushions making it impossible for them to touch
the walls of the larger box.
We recommend that there are at least 10 cm fluff and cushions all around each item and again to all the crate walls. The filling/fluff/cushions should be packed well, otherwise the items will move and bang into each other in the box during transport.