Label Everything Clearly
As always, label all your moving boxes very clearly and inventory what is inside them. Knowing what is inside at a glance (including what category of clothing is inside as well as what room they belong in) will be helpful both to the movers and to you when it comes time to unpack.
Utilize Garbage Bags
Other budget-friendly options for packing clothes for moving are garbage bags and vacuum bags. Large garbage bags can slip over a cluster of clothes still on their hangers from the bottom and then be tied at the top. Vacuum bags require a little more work but take up much less space on the truck or.
Put Aside Essentials
Unless you plan on packing and unpacking your clothes on moving day, chances are you’ll need at least a few days’ worth of outfits available to you after you’ve packed up everything. Clothing should be one of the last things you pack, so put aside the clothes you’ll need in a separate box or suitcase.
Sort Your Items
Sort Your Items Once you know what you’re keeping, it’s time to sort it. This will make the packing and unpacking processes much more efficient. The first items you should pack are anything seasonal. For example: if you’re moving during the summer, pack up your winter clothes. After that, you can organize the rest of.