Some people try to save some time during the moving process by leaving their clothing “as is” inside the drawers of their bureaus. This is a perfectly acceptable solution if the move is done carefully – since a full bureau is significantly heavier than an empty one. Additionally, clothing can be damaged or soiled if left exposed in a drawer that is removed during transit. What about the clothes hanging in a closet? While millions will jam costly garments into suitcases and bags, there are far better options that include wardrobe moving boxes.
What are they? Most modern wardrobe moving boxes are available in an array of sizes and styles with some ideally suited for coats, jackets, and tops while others can keep dresses, suits, and longer garments too. They usually have a metal bar that slides into position at the top of the box, and they may even have some sort of structural support along the bottom of the box as well. The garments can hang from the top rod and remain free of wrinkles and damage during the moving process. This usually means that an entire closet can be moved in one step!
In fact, most wardrobe moving boxes are so sturdy and well-made that people keep them long after a move is complete. For example, some people will put the boxes in an attic or spare room where they hold seasonal garments and free up closet space.
If you are about to move or relocate and you are wondering about the best way to pack your business suits, costly winter coats, or even gowns and dresses, you should investigate boxes designed as portable wardrobes. They will be a bit more expensive than a standard cardboard moving box, and some moving companies will even allow their customers to rent them for the move instead of buying them outright, » Read more: The Right Way to Move Your Clothing