I ordered IKEA products because they can be bought online if they are small items.
When I received it, I was surprised because it was a terrible overkill packing bancho.
Am @ zon's"Big Box"seems cute.
There were many fragile items such as tableware and small items in the order,
I have to go over the mountains to Kofu, and ...
The packaging was such that the staff could hear the voice of"It's hard!"
I will pick up only one.
The next picture is a glass container that holds oil etc. in small portions.
What is packed.
See also the size ratio with McKee.
Because it is rolled around
At first, I unwound the product until it came out, and then turned it around.
However, since everything is packed in a twirl, the end cannot be seen.
I bought about 10 of these.
Yes, everyone who bought the oil-filled one!
Push it up and down!
(It doesn't come off with"Spon". It feels like"Milli Miri Miri")
yes. I got it.
If you don't need the packing material, just crush it.
It's okay if you put it out on the day of miscellaneous paper or recycled paper.
Then, the packing material for this kraft paper to be stretched produces paper dust.
Also, since the cross section of the paper touches, is there a concern that it will be scratched?
It is wrapped in two layers with white thin paper inside.
All fragile items have been"twisted".
The glass in a box made of thin cardboard is also packed together with the box.
Isn't it better to ask someone who specializes in corrugated cardboard packaging structure?
Also, since the cardboard of the outer box is thin, why not make it multi-tiered?
This packing material is interesting, but why do you use multiple tiers here again ...
IKEA mail order, do your best!
It's not sustainable if you use paper.
(The product itself looks good! The yellow hand towel is cute!)
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