The resources below will help make sure your package is sealed properly and ready to go.
We do this a lot. Here are some guidelines that we’ve developed over years of research.
Not all Boxes are Created Equal Find a rigid box that has all its flaps intact and make sure you're using strong shipping tape. Avoid string or wrapping paper. Remove any labels, hazardous material indicators or other previous shipment markings on the box that are no longer applicable. If you need shipping supplies, you can order them here.
It’s What’s Inside that Counts Take the time to wrap all items separately and use plenty of cushioning materials to protect your precious cargo.
The Final Touch: Your Label Make sure you’re using a label that has clear and concise delivery information, as well as return details. Leave a duplicate address label inside the parcel as well for safe measure.