Artificial Christmas trees have come a very long way since the silver tinsel and wire monstrosities of the 1970s. Modern fake trees are actually amazingly realistic and can be very expensive to buy. Packing your tree properly is therefore essential if it is to remain in good condition right through to next year and beyond. Simply stuffing your tree into a bin bag or its tatty old cardboard box just won't do!
Here are some top tips on how to safely pack your artificial Christmas tree.
What You Will Need
How to Do It
Wrapping Large, Sectional Trees
Smaller, One-Piece Trees
Small Christmas trees that come in one piece can be wrapped in one stage by following the instructions above, steps #2 and #3.
You can make packing away your artificial Christmas tree an easy and hassle-free task by following the guidelines given above. Remember to keep any stretch wrapping safe for next year.
You should be able to obtain all the supplies that you need for this job from a local packing supplies or storage services company.Share
29 December 2016
I'm going on a year of foreign exchange, so I am moving all of my stuff into a storage unit until I get back so I can save money on rent. I don't have much money so I am trying to do this for as little money as possible as I want to make sure that I know the best way to pack things to save space and get the smallest possible unit. This blog has some of the tricks that I have picked up in packing my household in the most space-efficient way and should be useful for anyone else packing up a household for storage.