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Brief History Of Cardboard Boxes And The History Of Bubble Wrap

The extraordinary versatility of modern-day corrugated cardboard boxes and the outstanding protection of bubble wrap are hard to match during a house move. And yet, their respective invention and development stories are full of exciting highs and disappointing lows.


The complicated process of moving house is packed up with so many relocation tasks that home movers’ brains often get overloaded as a result, and consequently refuse to process any further bits of information until they get an adequate downtime to relax and cool off a little bit.


During the chaotic period of moving from one house to another, it shouldn’t come as a surprise that most people take things for granted and pay little attention to some intriguing and yet cleverly disguised details about, let’s say, their packing materials we use so often.


Moving boxes and bubble wrap! These are two integral components that are present at every single house move and yet you have probably never felt the urge to obtain more information about them. Seriously, when was the last time you wanted to learn about the fascinating history of the cardboard box and the captivating history of bubble wrap?


Their histories are nothing short of fascinating and captivating!


Fasten your seatbelts, for we are about to take a quick trip back in time and trace the highs and lows in the development of corrugated cardboard boxes and bubble wrap. Plus, you will be treated with some hand-picked fun facts about each of the two most versatile packing supplies ever made.