If you wrap fragile, special items for storage, what, besides tissue paper, it the best protector?
I would prefer to not have to use those "styrofoam peanuts".
If you're comfortable with plastic bubble wrap, I'd use that.
Some of those "peanuts" are now made from corn starch as well. Completely biodegradable.
I like bubblewrap myself, but if you're looking for something not of the man-made material I suggest clean, dry straw. My grandmother used it and it worked great.
Newspaper. Whether you're going to store something or moving, newspaper is wonderful because it cushions the objects and you can get it almost anywhere. Ask your neighbors and friends who get the paper delivered to save them for you. Once you take the stuff back out of storage, you can throw the paper in the recycle bin. If you're worried about the ink messing up an item, you can wrap it in one layer of tissue paper first to form a barrier between the paper and the item.
by raisingme 8 years ago
I have three Papillons and two of them have a thing for tissue paper and toilet paper that is over the top. They seem to find it no matter where we hide it and shred it all over the house. Worse, they eat it. Any tips on getting them to cease and desist?
by S K G Rao. 8 years ago
Books should not be burnt they can be recycled and converted in to tissue paper.Tissue paper is Eco Friendly.
by Keely Deuschle 5 years ago
Do you have a special way of wrapping Santa gifts?I took on the traditions from my parents. Santa has his own wrapping paper - any wrapping paper that has Santa on it. The paper is kept hidden from the kids if I have it for more than one season. I also wrap it using a different technique, use stick...
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