Flammable Items- What not to Pack!

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Flammable Items- What not to Pack!

Moving preparations are stressful, and the biggest and most stressful task is packing. You will pack from the time you plan your move until moving day, as some items must be packed the day of moving. When it comes to packing, moving companies have items that are not allowed to be moved in their trucks. To ensure you have a smooth moving experience, Moving Pros is going to list some items that should not be packed and loaded into the moving truck.

What Not to Pack!

The items we are going to list are not allowed into the moving trucks for general safety. This not only for the clients and moving company, but for your items as well. This is most important if you are moving long distances. 

  • Ammunition and Guns
  • Oil of any Type
  • Ammonia or Acids
  • Lighter Fluid
  • Fireworks
  • Gasoline
  • Equipment that Contains Gas
  • Antifreeze
  • Cleaning Supplies
  • Matches
  • Propane Tanks
  • Paint or Paint Thinners
  • Alcohol
  • Pesticides or Weed Killer
  • Aerosol Cans

The above items all contain dangerous items that could cause fires and other damages to your items and the moving truck. Your ammunition and guns will need to be transported through a firearms dealer. This is for everyone’s safety. Any other items should be used or given to family or friends before the move. If you aren’t moving states away, you can transport some of these items in your personal vehicle. It is important that you transport any of the above items in a safe and secure manner. We want you to have the easiest and most stress-free move of your life and we offer further moving tips to help this happen. If you are concerned about any of your items being allowed, you can check with the Moving Pros. We have all the answers to make your next move simple!

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