Bubble wrap multiple pieces. If you are preparing a package that contains multiple items in one box, you may need to prepare each item separately, in bubble wrap. This will prohibit your items from crashing into one another in shipment. This is especially important for fragile items that can easily scrape or break if dropped.
Fill will newspaper. When making a box shipment, it is important to stuff as much soft material, into the box, as possible. The will allow your items to remain static in their boxes and can prevent your items from being shaken around in their packaging. This also lessen the likelihood of spills damaging your items when they are protected by newspapers or other soft packaging material.
Use solid boxes. In order to maintain stability, you will need a sturdy box without damage or wear. Avoid any boxes that contain holes in them. Boxes that have been stained are more likely to be soft and malleable, so it is best to avoid those.
Don’t skimp. Avoid cutting corners in packaging material quality by folding or shaping your items to conform to the box size or shape. Your item should be able to rest naturally in the box without having to change any features of the item. If your item can not fit in the box, you may want to get a larger box that might not damage your item.