Cardboard ship boxes Walmart
4.5 out of 5★by 33reviewers.
5 out of 5★by JLM33 Love them! Using these to organize lose papers that were just lying around, mainly my kids stuff! They work great for that! Saw this idea on Pintrest and Walmart had the best price! 06/20/2013
5 out of 5★by Shadowtheninjadog Great for the price! These are fantastic!!! I needed a bunch of holders and regular magazine holders run you 10-20 dollars a piece....I needed 20 and didn't have that kind of money. These were super easy to put together, all of them took me about 10 min with "help" from a mini Darth Vader. I used pretty duct tape to make the side that shows out of the bookshelf decretive and they look super neat. I am really happy with these. They hold lots of paper, workbooks, coloring books and so on....they helped me get very organized and I truly can't say enough great things about some silly cardboard. Also, the kids liked them because the got to make their own anyway they wanted instead of having to have a normal solid color. And lastly, they have stood up very well over the last few weeks to the kids who are in and out of them every day, several times a day.....I have seen no wear and tear to the, at all. 06/25/2013
5 out of 5★by Chiannie Ideal for my books and magazines. I was needing something to hold and file my different magazines that I just couldn't part with, but still wanted to search for different articles. I could write on the fronts of the boxes relating to what was inside. I also put my painting and craft books in some of them. It helps keep my bookcase organized. 06/29/2013
5 out of 5★by MrsM2013 Perfect for student reading boxes! I ordered one for each student, so they can keep their reading selections in an easy to find location. They will be able to customize them since they are plain. With 20+ students, this was an affordable option for me! 08/11/2013
4 out of 5★by Dumbdumbdoughdough5 It does the trick 08/14/2013
5 out of 5★by RaynieRiver I liked them. Exactly as pictured, quality was good, I would buy again. 08/19/2013
5 out of 5★by flsunshine0 Very Sturdy I needed book boxes for my first grade class and this site was the best price around. The boxes seem to be holding up well and the students can put quite a few books in each one. Definitely worth the money! 08/25/2013
Bankers Box Stor/File Storage Box with Lift-Off Lid, Letter/Legal, 12 x 10 x 15 Inches, White, 4 Pack (0070308)
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Important packing info
Packing your bike in a regular bike box is fine for shipping, but whatever type of box you use you absolutely must remember to put a brace in the front fork or there's a good chance it'll get crushed. New bikes ship with these on so, like cardboard boxes, you can get these free at a bike shop.
If you remove the rear wheel when you pack the bikes make sure you put something in the rear triangle too, like an old garbage hub or you can get a piece of copper pipe cut to the correct length at a hardware store and put the rear quick-release through it and tighten it in the rear dropouts.
One last thing; whether the rear wheel is on or off you should undo the rear derailleur
This works - generalized.
You could build a plywood box but it will cost a fortune to ship due to the weight. If you have enough money to go that route than have it professionally crated and shipped.
A colleague shipped paintings from Europe in a wooden crate she'd made but there are alternatives.
You can "make" a form fitted box out of heavy corrugated cardboard and crate packing tape. A double box is suggested.
I've done this and friends have shipped paintings from London using the following method.
Visit appliance stores etc. - ask the owner or a manager to save you a refrigerator box or even two, and start from there