Bubble Wrap for Shipping

Believe it or not, bubble wrap was actually discovered by chance by Alfred Fielding and Marc Chavannes in 1957. Their accidental discovery led to the most revolutionary material used in the packaging industry worldwide. Bubble film is essentially a polyethylene resin or a clear film.

It consists of air cushions in the form of air bubbles which are trapped between two layers of clear plastic.

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This design is revolutionary in its ability to protect the packed items from vibration and shock while being transported in the shipping process. Products shipped using this method have better protection against breakage and is particularly useful for items that are considered fragile.

There were even food-grade bubble bags that you can use to store different types of food. In fact, the blister pack has even been used in the postal industry such as mailers and envelopes as well as aluminum bags that are antistatic. These antistatic packagings are designed specifically for the electronic components that are sensitive to electrostatic discharge.

There are several benefits to using this type of packaging material:

• this type of packaging is very cheap

• It provides excellent protection

• less packaging material is needed

• it is reusable and recyclable

One of the most notable uses of this material is its ability to use when packing your household items to move. Nothing can be more demoralizing than opening a moving box just to discover that your contents are broken, chipped or damaged.

Bubble packaging helps protect your fragile items before packing in boxes for moving. Items that will do well in this type of packaging include dishes, framed pictures, fine china and glasses, and other breakable objects.