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  • Job site photos of different items being wrapped in paper to protect it's finish.  This is typically the first step when preparing an object for crating.
  • Job site photos of different items being wrapped in paper to protect it's finish.  This is typically the first step when preparing an object for crating.
  • Job site photos of different items being wrapped in paper to protect it's finish.  This is typically the first step when preparing an object for crating.
  • Job site photos of different items being wrapped in paper to protect it's finish.  This is typically the first step when preparing an object for crating.
  • Job site photos of different items being wrapped in paper to protect it's finish.  This is typically the first step when preparing an object for crating.
  • Job site photos of different items being wrapped in paper to protect it's finish.  This is typically the first step when preparing an object for crating.
  • Job site photos of different items being wrapped in paper to protect it's finish.  This is typically the first step when preparing an object for crating.
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Paper Wrap is usually the first layer of protection for almost all items crated.

Sometimes "tissue wrap" and/or "acid free" paper is substituted for delicate and antique finishes.

Paper wrap prevents smudges and finger prints on the item being crated, and also acts as a layer of shock absorption while in the crate.

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