All That You Wanted To Know About Bubble Wrap Pillows

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All That You Wanted To Know About Bubble Wrap Pillows

Bubble wrapping invention during the late 1950s started to be used by the packaging industry for protective packaging. It was popularly used by IBM to protect their computers. But why are bubble wrap pillows effective when compared to other packing materials? And how should you use them?

Benefits Of Bubble Wrap Pillows

Bubble wrap pillows help to keep goods safe and secure during transit. The bubbled and sealed air cushions provide a protective barrier against impact. And when used in layers, bubble wraps can even prevent damage from severe impact. Bubble wraps are one of the lightest void filling materials and full of air. Unlike other packing materials, bubble wraps are lightweight, helping you save money on shipping costs, especially when shipping in bulk. In essence, less packaging automatically translates into lower shipping costs and lower fuel costs. 

 

Bubble wrap pillows applications are for a wide range of products. Bubble wrap can be shaped into different forms to protect any odd-shaped cargo, cut them to fit small or large material. Bubble wrap utilised to protect electronic items, paintings, industrial goods, and other delicate items. 

Bubble Wraps Vs Air Pillows 

Bubble wraps and air pillows are shock absorbents that work well to keep your valuables in one piece during transit. But unlike bubble wraps, air pillows don’t take too much storage space – before using them, inflate the air pillow, and it’s ready to use. 

How To Use Bubble Wraps 

It’s essential to learn how to use bubble wraps correctly to protect your valuables from damage. Make sure the measurement of the product to be wrapped – cut enough bubble wraps to cover the item more than once, especially if it is a fragile item. Another mistake that most people make is to layout the wrong side of the bubble wrap. Bubble wrap contains an air pocket that protects the product and minimises accidents. Wrap your goods together on a flay clean surface. The bubbles should be facing your product to provide proper protection. The thin layer, on the other side, acts as a protective shield from box edges to the bubbles so that the air will stay intact. 

Bubble wraps used for a wide variety of purposes. You can insulate windows and keep heat/cold from coming in, keep cold things cold on their way from supermarket to home, keep frost away from flowers, and even wrap it around a water bottle to preserve temperature! 

Shop for a wide range of protective packing materials including bubble wrap pillows and air pillows at Stream Peak!