The Postal Service can help with that. Long gone are the days when items could be wrapped in plain brown paper and tied with string. Now there are so many options to send your packages 鈥?includingPriority Mail and Priority Mail Express.
People also ask
Can you put paper in a USPS package?
Paper wrapping is not recommended; it can catch and tear off in mail processing equipment. Parcels (including fragile items) should be prepared to withstand normal mail processing and transportation. Contents can be padded with newspaper, Styrofoam, bubble wrap, tissue and ink-free packing paper.
What do you need to know about shipping Parcel?
Parcels (including fragile items) should be prepared to withstand normal mail processing and transportation. Contents can be padded with newspaper, Styrofoam, bubble wrap, tissue and ink-free packing paper. Parcels that could harm people, equipment, or other mail are NOT acceptable for mailing.
How do you pack fragile items for the post office?
Fragile items shouldn’t touch either each other, or the side of the container. Fill out containers with cushioning material like bubble-wrap or polystyrene chips (available from most Post Office branches). Write a return address on the item. Put a contact name, address and telephone number inside.
What is the best way to store a double wrapped package?
Place inside a strong container such as strong polythene bag and seal securely with tape. Place inside a second container and seal again. The double-wrapped item should be placed in a rigid corrugated box to prevent leakage or tainting of other items.