First, let’s figure out why packaging is needed at all. The packaging serves to ensure that the furniture does not get dirty, scratched, or mechanically damaged during the move, and often so that some small parts of the furniture are not lost (in the case of a bed, this can be, for example, the headboard decor). To pack a sofa or bed, you will need quite a lot of packaging materials and tools:
film (air bubble and stretch);
adhesive tape (painting or regular);
packages for folding accessories;
corners for furniture legs.
The more disassembled the sofa, the more types of packaging are likely to be needed – since each element will need to be packed separately. If you are transporting a sofa or bed in one piece, then in this case you will need a large one-piece package, but if it is not there, it’s okay, since pieces of film or paper can be glued together with tape and make an impromptu package.
Be sure to wrap furniture legs in bubble wrap or use special corner nozzles. The most fragile thing when transporting a sofa is its upholstery. To protect it from scratches, stains, damage, securely wrap the surface in a film. If the sofa is old or very expensive, then even before wrapping it in a film, you can put a thick blanket or blanket on it, which will additionally secure the fabric.