All Brunswick Van Lines wants your belongings to arrive at your new home safe and sound. That means leaving certain items behind. Our moving professionals are trained to look for normal household items that are hazardous and often illegal to ship. Being proactive in the planning process can eliminate the risk for potential problems and save time along the way.

For your protection, omit the following items when packing:

– Aerosol cans regardless of content
– Heating agents such as a sterno
– Nail polish/remover
– Fire extinguisher
– Any type of gas in bottles or tanks including propane or oxygen
– Paints, varnishes, solvents, thinners and oils
– Ammonia, bleach, and other household cleaning agents
– Chlorine granules or powder
– Muriatic acid ( Also called hydrochloric acid)
– Auto batteries
– Charcoal/lighter fluid
– Matches and lighters
– Ammunition
– Any other combustible product

In addition to hazardous materials, perishable items and those of personal importance are recommended for your individual transport. These include, but are not limited to:

– Frozen/refrigerated food
– Produce
– Open food items
– Plants
– Prescriptions medications
– Stocks, bonds, and securities
– Collections, such as coins and stamps
– Jewelry and furs
– Other important documents

A safe move is the only move for your family. Proper planning and exclusions of hazardous items during the packing process will help make your move a satisfying experience.

Contact All Brunswick Van Lines with any questions that you may have about what not to pack. 732-274-1881