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How to prepare your kitchen for a relocation?


How to prepare your kitchen for a relocation?


How to prepare your kitchen for a relocation?

Moving into a new home may be an overwhelming experience, especially when packing the kitchen. Not only do we have to think about enormous pieces of equipment and dishes, but we also have to consider perishable food items. In addition, the goods often found in kitchens vary greatly in size and form, making it difficult to identify which boxes and other moving equipment would work the best.

You will save wasted time, effort, and potential hassles by learning how to pack kitchen equipment properly. Follow this methodical technique when packing up your kitchen for the move with Interstate removalists Sydney.

Collect the Necessary Supplies

When stocking a kitchen, having the appropriate supplies will significantly impact. When packing dishes and other fragile items, you will need a wide choice of boxes and other protective materials.

  • Boxes

Collect several boxes ranging in size from large to medium to small. When moving lightweight and irregularly shaped things, such as small appliances, bakeware, plastic storage containers, dish racks, and the like, the best choice is to use a large box. The weight of heavy objects, such as cookbooks and dishes, is best accommodated by medium-sized boxes. Boxes that are equipped with handles are much simpler to lift and relocate.

  • Packing Paper

Typically, a newspaper that has not been printed is what is offered in sheets as packing paper. When transferring or storing delicate objects, wrap them in a safe material to protect against shattering.

  • Bubble Wrap

Much like packing paper, bubble wrap is used to protect delicate products. Because bubble wrap is more costly than packing paper, use them for very delicate things.

  • Glass Dividers

When it comes to carrying stemware and glasses, dividers come in handy. They are also useful for stowing delicate goods such as vases and other decorative objects. Glass dividers are available in a variety of sizes so that they may fit inside various boxes.

  • Packing Tape

Always use a high-quality packaging tape and dispenser when shipping anything. Since you will be using a lot of it, you should consider buying it in large quantities.

  • Markers

When labelling the boxes, use a marker of a dark colour. Labelling will assist you in staying organized and will assist you in remembering what is included inside the box. Include what is contained inside the box on the label, and ensure that the word "fragile" is included if it applies.


Start by clearing up the clutter in a room before you begin packing. There is no use in packing an item you do not use anymore and do not want to use in your new home if you do not plan to use it there either. Examine the contents of every cabinet and drawer. Donate gently worn stuff that you are no longer interested in or need, and throw away anything that is broken.

Make an Essentials Box

When the removalists leave your old house and move into your new one, you will find that your kitchen lacks a few necessities. Pack such products in a separate box and mark them so that you can recognize them and avoid them from being mixed up with the other boxes you have.

Bring some plates, silverware, food items, and perhaps even a coffee machine in your essentials box. These are some of the goods that you should include.

Pack the items you use less often first.

The things in your home that receive the least usage should be packed up first. These items may include seasonal items, cookbooks, small appliances, pictures, and decorative accessories. They may include specialized appliances, formal dinnerware and glasses, seasonal items, and small appliances. You have many weeks before the furniture removalist Sydney arrives, so you may start packing these goods.

Glass and Drinking Mugs

Put a glass divider in the middle of a box about the size of a medium. After having each glass or mug individually wrapped in a sheet of packing paper, place them inside the dividers. Vases and other long, thin, delicate objects may be stored in the dividers if necessary.

Before you tape the box, place a layer of bubble wrap on top of the glasses to provide an additional layer of protection. If something heavy is placed on top of the box, this precaution will help protect the glassware inside.

The silverware and other utensils

When packing flatware, the quickest and easiest method is first to wrap the tray in plastic and then lay it flat inside a box. Before putting the remaining serving utensils into the box, you should first organize them into groups of utensils of comparable sizes, then place them in large zip-top bags or wrap them in plastic wrap.

Wrap each knife individually in a piece of packing paper, then wrap the packing paper and the knives in a dish towel. Please put them in the box with the uncovered side facing down.

Cooking Utensils

To maximize storage potential, stack and nest smaller pots and pans inside larger ones. Depending on the size of the pans, you may need a large box. Use towels, or wadded-up packing paper, to stuff around the pans in the box. This stage will give support and cushioning. Wrap glass lids in packing paper (no need to wrap metal lids) and position them around the pots, or pack all the lids together in a separate, smaller box.

Food Items

Pack non-perishable things separately from perishable food. Start by tidying your pantry. Discard any expired products and give usable food you do not wish to transport to a food pantry. Before putting anything inside a box, you should ensure it is firmly closed.

When transporting food that has to be kept chilled, use a cooler. However, suppose you are relocating a great distance. In that case, it may be more prudent to throw away perishable things or donate those still in usable condition to a neighbour or a friend rather than transporting them.


Perform thorough cleaning on every appliance. You are in good shape if you still have the items' boxes. But if you don't, just put them in the box that's the next closest size to it that you can find. If space is around the appliances in the box, you may stuff it with crumpled-up packing paper.

Put tape on the doors to keep them closed, then tape the wires to the sides or back. After loading them into the moving truck, wrap each item in a moving blanket.


Your move will seem a million times simpler if you know how to pack every room, and it doesn't matter when you employ a moving company; it makes no difference. The kitchen has special difficulties, with all the dishes and glassware it contains. We looked at some of the most crucial aspects of packing the kitchen, which will greatly assist you while relocating with Removalists Newcastle.

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