now i see why movers use so much of this stuff. you wrap delicate items loosely with a few sheets of this paper, and then crumple a lot of paper around in between the items and voila! your stuff feels protected. we bought organic-style bio-degradable bubblewrap and so called "peanut" chips (not from Container Store) to protect our china, but mostly we ended up using this paper which was easier to use and appeared to us as effective.
July 22, 2013
Don't waste your money
I bought this packing paper to wrap fragile items for our move, thinking it would be better quality than regular paper, and would keep my hands clean. Well, my hands ended up just as dirty because anything I wrapped in this I had to reinforce with regular newspaper. This packing paper is super thin and tears very easily. For the price, you would be better off buying gift wrap tissue in bulk and using multiple sheets. Or find free newspapers and use those. I would rather my hands turn black from newsprint than ever use this product again.
February 15, 2012
Tissue paper with strength
this tissue paper is great for packing. It is strong enough and holds up well, not like white, delicate paper. I use it to pack eBay items and it does a great job, along with copious amounts of bubble wrap. Great product.,
March 14, 2011
These sheets provide adequate protection if scrunched up, or use multiple to protect items from being scratched. They're narrower than I expected, and very thin (tears easily), but decent for small objects. I love that they're made of 100% recycled paper, which is the main reason why I bought them.
May 26, 2010