Planning a home move can be a daunting prospect, but one of the most frustrating aspects is pulling things out of your closet and have them get all crumpled when you unpack at your new home. Fortunately, there is a solution; wardrobe moving boxes.
The most common form of hanging clothes storage is a wardrobe moving box. These are simply tall boxes that are designed to carry hanging clothes. You will usually find a tall bar stretching across the top of each box. These bars allow your clothing to hang as they would in your closet while you are moving. On arrival at your new home, you can easily remove your clothing and hang it up in your new closet immediately.
Moving your clothing can be a tricky proposition. Usually, clothing is kept hung up in a closet or folded in a drawer to keep them unwrinkled and clean. This can be particularly important if you have formal wear or suits. No matter how neatly you fold these items into regular boxes, they are likely to get crumpled and a little dusty during the move. However, with specialist moving boxes, you can move your clothing from your old closet to your new closet with ease. You may even find that you can fit your shoes in the bottom of the wardrobe boxes, so all of your closet items are kept together.
If you have moved your closet before, you may have tried keeping the garments on the hangers and laying down the clothing on a sheet. While this may seem easy as you can just hold the hangers tight and lay them down, it can be very cumbersome. You may find that you resort to dragging or trying to lift this bulky bundle, which can be problematic if something starts to slip as you are on the sidewalk. Additionally, you are likely to find that many of the hangers separate from the items of clothing, so when you arrive in your new home, you need to spend time untangling a bundle of clothes and hangers.
These types of wardrobe boxes are invaluable for anything from your closet, but they can also be used for other packing tasks around your home. Since the boxes are tall and rigid, they can be useful for taller items that you want to ensure stay standing upright during the move. For example, rolled up posters or lamps can be safely accommodated in a wardrobe box. You may also find them useful for bulky items that may not comfortably fit in regular packing boxes. For example, comforters and drapes tend to be problematic during moving. Although they are not particularly heavy, they are a little cumbersome. Many people resort to stuffing these items in garbage bags, but they would easily fit and be protected by a wardrobe box.