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"Upcycling vintage china for a new generation"

1. Stack same-size items and add cushion to separate into layers

Stack items of the same size on top of each other Separate each piece with bubble wrap, coffee filters, foam, or even spare dishtowels. Padded mailers work great for shipping china. Put your online shopping to good use: save up your mailers in preparation for sending your pieces to be upcycled. For added protection, use a layer of cardboard or cardboard strips between plates.

Note: Avoid using newspaper directly on the china because ink can sometimes transfer!

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