In a recent study conducted by the United States Postal Services in tracking a package batch with a sample size of 5,000 units, it was found out that small to medium parcels and packages are dropped and tossed at an average of 36 times while they are being handled around a one-way shipment.
Without padding or protection, parcels can slide around, fall out, or even suffer irreparable damages. Placing your package in a secure and sealed bubble envelope is a must if you want your parcels received to receive the object in one piece.
- A 6-inch x 9-inch bubble envelope will fit small catalogs, magazines, programs, brochures, small items, and trinkets. For larger documents, if allowed, you could fold said document to fit in the envelope. Lastly, you can use it for small items such as jewelry, writing utensils, phones, or midsize items such as Blu Rays, CDs, or photos.
- Open the purple bubble wrap envelope and safely put the item that you want to secure inside. Make sure that it is safely tucked in and is lying flat on its largest side.
- If your item is small, you can put spacers on the envelope's unused space to further protect your parcel. Spacers can be foam sheets, foam blocks, bubble wraps, or just flexible strips of paper that can absorb shock.
- Flatten the bubble envelope's surface and make sure that it is as flat and uniform as possible.
- Peel off the adhesive backing from the cover.
- Press the cover against the surface and squeegee the area where the adhesive strip lies. Applying pressure and pressing the body ensures maximum bonding strength.
- Let the adhesive sit for 2-3 minutes before turning over the parcel to the courier or postal service provider.