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Step 1: Equip yourselfAnd yes, your hands will not be enough to empty a room. You need cartons, covers or suitcases for your clothes, bubble wrap for fragile or precious objects and above all enough to move your furniture. Provide small boxes or envelopes for the screws and bolts of each piece of furniture you wish to dismantle and of course the appropriate tools. Also plan one or two people, good friend type, to help you. The task will be carried out more quickly and in a good mood.
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Step 2: Clear
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Step 3: Empty the furnitureEverything is tidy? You now have the space necessary to empty the contents of your furniture and fill your boxes like your suitcases. Don't hesitate to sort it out, but don't dwell on the old letters of your childhood loves or on the photos of Auntie Huguette's 60th birthday. Remember to number your boxes and write their contents on a notebook.
Step 4: Move your furnitureFor practical reasons, start by evacuating furniture that does not take apart like sofas, or that you do not want to take apart because, oh miracle, it passes the door! Do not drag your furniture. Use a hand truck or skates to move them more easily. Pay special attention to antique furniture. Be aware that when you put your furniture back in place, you will need to check all of the hardware and probably tighten it.
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