The main advice is not to do it on your own, but to seek help from a

1 – Prepare fragile items
Shipping fragile items requires more time and attention, so find these items in advance. Once you decide what you need to specially pack, put the items in a safe place. It is important to take the time to prepare, package and label them.

2 – Measure and take photos
Before you can choose your packing materials, it is important to measure any large items that require special attention to packing. This will help you get the right size and quantity of packing materials needed. We also recommend taking photos of your items before moving for your safety. They can be used to inform insurance quotes or as evidence if something happens to your belongings and you need to file a claim.

3 – Choose suitable packaging materialsTips for packing fragile items
Fragile goods and special items require special packaging materials. It is important to purchase high quality bubble wrap, wrapping paper, and padding. Avoid using newspapers, as they can leave print marks, and old clothes or blankets, as they can slip off or tear.
For glassware and ceramics, be sure to wrap each item in paper and then separate the items using bubble wrap. Use a suitable sized box for these items. Fill all voids with film or paper.
Pictures should be wrapped in multi-layer wrapping paper, and the corners should be additionally covered with bubble wrap.
Lastly, whatever you pack, tape the box shut! Don’t let your work go to waste – make sure the box is sealed very well.

4 – Label the boxes
Make sure everything is clearly marked. Whether you load the items yourself or use the services of movers, you need to know which boxes contain your most valuable or fragile items. The labels also ensure that these boxes are stacked on top of others and securely secured in place.

5 – Get shipping and contents insurance
Make sure you have good insurance to protect your belongings. While nothing should happen to your belongings as long as they are properly packed and transported, it is good to know that you have the financial means just in case.

6 – Safe unpacking
How you unpack is just as important as the packing process. Unload the boxes carefully. Place all your fragile items in a safe corner of the intended room and leave them until you have moved all furniture and large items into place. When it comes to unpacking these items, carefully place the box on a flat surface, making sure that the box is in the correct position.