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Packing Solution Offers High Quality Bubble Wrap For Shipping Fragile Items. When it comes to shipping fragile items, you have to be extra careful. You need special material to protect them. This is where bubble wrap becomes useful. Designed with small air bubbles, this material will easily secure delicate items and all you have to do is just wrap it around them. Chinaware, glass, a family portrait are all items that you can pack with high quality bubble wrap and put into a container box for shipment without worrying about the condition of the product.


What is Special About extra strong bubble wrap? 

Top quality bubble wrap cushions the item from bumps and jerks which ensures that it is kept in pristine condition. It is used around the world for packing of fragile items. Whether it is a move to a new home or just shipment of an item to a far-off destination, bubble wrap will ensure that it arrives at the destination in its original condition.


Buy high quality bubble wrap

Bubble wrap for moving in the UK does not allow water, dust or other foreign sources to enter inside, thus maintaining the item’s condition. Valuable items can be put into bubble wrap and safely shipped without any hassle or concern for its well being.


We Offer High Quality Low Cost Bubble Wrap for moving house

We have small, medium, large rolls for sale in various sizes. It is made from high quality material and is strong and resilient. It can be cut according to your desired measurements. Our prices are very low enabling you to save on the purchase, while getting an effective means of packing delicate items. Use it for items such as antiques, television sets, laptops etc and have them arrive at their destination without scratches or damage.

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Bubble wrap provides excellent protection for a wide range of items but you’ll want to choose the right type of bubble wrap for the purpose. Measure the item you are wrapping up and then look at the precise sizing measurements of the bubble wrap you are buying, making sure the length and width easily cover the items you need to protect. Ensure the bubble wrap is good quality. You always get what you pay for, so be wary of cheap bubble wrap that may break and tear apart. Some bubble wrap has large bubbles and some has smaller bubbles. Bigger items will need bigger bubbles to provide extra cushioning and that little extra bit of protection from damage. For smaller items, smaller bubbles will be just fine. In fact, you can give a double layer of wrapping to your things which will give you the same level of protection as using larger bubbles.

When wrapping an item, ensure the side with the bubbles go inside, touching your item. This allows the pockets of air to protect your items from scratches or damage. If the bubbles are facing out, they’re more likely to be popped and won’t be able to protect your goods. Ensure you use enough to fully protect your item and secure the wrap into place with tape if necessary.

Bubble wrap is extremely effective at cushioning items. Ensure you use enough to fully protect your items by covering each and every side with bubble wrap, secured into place with tape if necessary. Remember, bubble wrap is reusable so when you have finished using it for one item, it can be used again for another.

From 5 metre rolls up to 100 metre rolls, we have bubble wrap available in various roll sizes and in different sizes of bubbles.

Paper bubble wrap is an eco-friendly alternative to plastic bubble wrap. Made from recycled paper, paper bubble wrap uses deep indentations instead of bubbles to give an excellent level of highly-absorbent protection and is 100% recyclable with biodegradable materials. Our 20 metre roll paper bubble wrap is the strongest of its type.

To ensure your goods are fully protected, we can also provide packing tissue paper, loose fill chips, foam roll and clear cling film.

Bubble wrap will help to prevent your TV from scratches and bumps. Ensure you use plenty, particularly on the sides and corners of the television, before placing it snug inside a container. It is advisable to use extra foam padding in addition to bubble wrap to fully protect the TV from any damage.

Bubble wrap is made of polyethylene plastic, one of the most widely produced plastics in the world.

Bubble wrap is made from several different beads of resin melted down together at over 450° Celsius where they combine and form into a thin film. The film is then flattened to the required thickness and fed through rollers with small holes in. As this film travels over the rollers, air is vacuumed onto it, pushing it into the small holes to create the bubbles. With the air bubbles blown into the film, it’s then run across more rollers that seal it with another layer of film, trapping the air inside and ensuring that the small air bubbles stay contained.

Bubble wrap was invented back in 1957 when business partners Alfred Fielding and Marc Chavannes were trying to create a textured wallpaper by putting two pieces of plastic shower curtain through a heat-sealing machine. Unfortunately the experiment did not have the desired outcome but instead created a sheet of film with trapped air bubbles.

Undeterred, Fielding and Chavannes came up with over 400 ideas for what these bubbled sheets could be used for and in 1960 they founded Sealed Air Corp. They found success the following year when they decided to use it as packaging material. Tech company IBM was looking for a way of protecting their delicate devices during transit and the rest, as they say, is history!

The small pockets of air in bubble wrap serve as an excellent insulator. The air trapped inside the bubbles retain their heat and increase the resistance to heat flow by a factor of one. The bigger the bubbles the better the insulation. Bubble wrap is a good insulator for greenhouses, plants, pipes and windows. It is easy to work with and is also reusable, making it an excellent choice for insulation.

All of our plastic bubble wrap is 100% recyclable, as it is made from polyethylene (PE) plastic. However, your local council may have specific guidelines for recycling bubble wrap so it is always best to check with them first. Bubble wrap is also reusable, so consider if you or someone you know might be able to use it before you throw it out. Paper bubble wrap is 100% recyclable and biodegradable, making it our most environmentally friendly bubble wrap option.

We all know bubble wrap is immensely satisfying to pop. Well, it turns out there is some scientific proof to this – studies show it can help reduce stress and anxiety, improve concentration, relieve muscle tension, and produce feel-good chemicals like dopamine.

Bubble Wrap Appreciation Day is celebrated across the world on the last Monday in January!

Unlike most other companies, you will not need to create an account and there is no minimum order. We have lots of bubble wrap in stock and, if you order by 3pm, you’ll receive yours tomorrow and with much cheaper postage costs than you’ll find elsewhere!