How to pack a modern grandfather clock for shipping
Modern grandfather clock – you can send almost anything these days. Big or small, there is a way to get your most prized possessions sent from the east coast to the west coast or around the world. The most important part of sending an article is that packaged properly so it will arrive in the condition it was sent. Modern grandfather clock can be fragile. They should be packed carefully to survive the shipping process.
Pack a modern grandfather clock for shipping, Remove the pendulum clock standing. A small pin holding the pendulum in place; which can be removed with fingers or needle nose pliers. Remove the weights watch disengaging from its holster. Lift weights and they should come right off the hook. Glue each individual cable or chain to the cardboard to keep them aligned and avoid becoming tangled or hitting each other or other parts of the clock.
Remove the hood watch sliding it up and out of time. Generally in most modern grandfather clock bell just sits right at the top of the clock without any clips or screws to secure it in. Wrap four fifty-six layers of bubble wrap all around the clock from the base to the top. Place the watch in a box and the bell in the other. Seal the top of the box closed with tape, the same as the bottom.