23 Sep The Uses of Bubble Wrap
The uses of Bubble wrap are plenty. It was invented in 1957 by engineers Alfred Fielding and Marc Chavannes in, New Jersey. They sealed two shower curtains together, creating a smattering of air bubbles, which they originally tried to sell as wallpaper. Bubble wrap is now well known for being a go-to protective moving material, it has become essential when moving but it is useful for more than just protecting packages. The uses of bubble wrap in your day to day life are many.
It can be used to keep your fridge clean. Cut pieces to the size of the drawers and shelves you keep your fruits and vegetables in, using them as liners to keep them clean. The puffy pieces will also protect the fruit and vegetables from bruising and can provide extra insulation to keep them chilled. You can also use it to protect plants from the cold. Cut and mold the bubble wrap around taller plants, or blanket groundcover and small seedlings in the plastic to protect against the cold, frost, or extreme winds. And it can also be used for recreational purposes. Popping bubble wrap is fun for many people and can also be calming and relaxing.
So, whether you are moving and need to have your valuables protected or if you are just bored and want to pop something to do, bubble wrap is versatile and has you covered.
Vuyani Furniture Transport and Sales sells affordable high-quality bubble wrap. It is made from long-lasting durable materials. The bubble wrap comes in 1.25m x 100m for R350. Free delivery for orders of R500 and more around Cape Town and deliveries for orders less than R500 is R150 around Cape Town. Or you can collect your order from our storage in Claremont by appointment. To order you can SMS/WhatsApp 078 280 9645. Our moving company does furniture removals get a quote from us today by either visiting our website – www. Vuyanitrans.co.za, call or send us a WhatsApp message on 0782809645 or email us at email@example.com.