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What not to pack

no to pack itemsRead this guide if you are doing packing and loading yourself. You need understand which items you can and cannot transport. There are laws and regulations that govern all movers to help ensure safety. If you have any specific questions contact your mover.
Flammable, corrosive or explosive items: Acid, Gasoline, Poisons, Charcoal, Lighter Fluid, Fertilizer, Paints, Car Batteries, Matches, Nail Polish & Remover, Ammunition, Liquid Bleach, Stern, Aerosols, Kerosene, Pool Chemicals, Chemistry Sets, Fireworks, Pesticides, Motor Oil, Paint Thinner, Batteries, Loaded Weapons, Weed Killer, Ammonia, Lamp Oil, Propane Tanks, Cleaning Fluid.
Get rid of perishables such as food and plants that may die or go bad in transit, empty your refrigerator at least 24 hours before moving. Keep the appliance doors open so the appliance will dry out and prevent the growth of mold and odor.
Some articles are not accepted for transportation. Our movers assume no responsibility should these items come into his/her possession without his/her knowledge. Although these articles do not create a physical threat, it can create problems if your shipment is delayed or items lost.
Remember: Do not attempt to pack huge aquarium yourself, hire professionals to handle this task for you.
This can be avoided if all irreplaceable, sentimental items are carried with you, such as: Address Books, Files, Personal Video Tapes, Air Line Tickets, Financial Statements, Photos and Albums, Car Keys, Furs, Research Projects, Bond, Deeds, Tax Records, School Records, Check Books, Jewelry, Sterling Silver, Coins, Letters, Stocks, Stamp Collection, Computer Software, Disks, Medicine, Packing Material etc.