Non-Allowable Items

Non-Allowable Items

Non-Allowable Items

Non-Allowable Items

There are certain items that can not be moved. It is important that you know what these items are and it is especially important that you do not pack any of these items if you choose to pack yourself. Listed below are some of the most common items that are not allowed to be packed or moved. If you are ever in doubt of whether or not an item is allowed, contact your moving specialist at Razorback Movers for advice.

GasolineMatchesSterno
KerosenePropanePropane
Tanks
CharcoalCharcoal
Lighter
Ammunition
Lamp
Oil
FireworksAerosols
AmmoniaBleachPaint
Paint
Thinner
Pool
Chemicals
Darkroom
Chemicals
Motor
Oil
Chemistry
Sets
Car
Batteries
FertilizerPesticidesPoisons
Household
Batteries
Nail
Polish
Nail
Polish Remover
Cleaning
Solvents
Frozen
Food
Produce
PlantsRefrigerated
Food
Open
or half used food
Food
that is not preserved

*Note: You should empty your refrigerators and freezers at least 24 hours prior to your move. Leave the doors open to allow the refrigerator and freezer to air out. This will reduce the chance of mold occurring inside these appliances.

These personal items should also not be packed for moving as it may result in problems during your move.

Car
Keys
Airline
Tickets
Cell
Phones
PagersLaptop
Computers
Checkbooks
CashSchool
Records
Medical
Records
StocksBondsIRAs
Financial
Documents
DeedsCar
Titles
Prescription
Meds
Computer
Discs
Address
Books
JewelryFamily
Photos
Wedding
Album
Professional
Titles
Insurance
Policies
Keys
to Safes, Homes, Etc.
Personal
Video Tapes
VCR’s
& Stereos
Remote
Controls
Documents
for your New Homes

All irreplaceable items and those with sentimental value should be carried with you. If there are things that could never be replaced, make sure to carry those items with you as well. While we very rarely have problems during moves, items that could never be replaced should be protected by you personally to ensure that accidental issues would not affect you.

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