The aim of Britwrap  products is to provide comprehensive protection for valuable furniture and devices, at a fraction of their cost. Traditional transport packaging products, such as polythene wrapping or cardboard can, in some situations protect contents. Statistics we have studied alongside retailers we have worked with, however have shown that these provide lackluster protection, which can be incredibly costly for homeowners and movers who must replace items and retailers who lose out on returns. 

Tear and moisture resistance

The key material used in the manufcaturing of Britwrap covers is heavy duty woven Polypropylene. Woven polypropylene is rip and tear resistant, allowing it to surive snagging, where products may become caught on something in the home, van/lorry or destination. Here polyethene covers will most likely rip and leave contents vulnerable. In addition, it is moisture resistant, allowing products to be transported in adverse conditions and stored in spaces with a risk of damp. 

Velcro fastening

Because our covers are designed for generic products, rather than specific models, we use extra-strong velcro fastenings to secure contents in place. This helps to prevent products from moving during transportation, a common source of damage. This also improves the handling experience, making it easier for individuals to transport heavy products and minimising the risk of things being dropped. Our mattress bag pictured accounts for size and shape variations through adjustable velcro.


Impact resistance

While all of our covers provide impact resistance, our TV cover and Sack truck cover required extra bolstering in order for them to suit their applications, listed respectively below: 

 Correx filling - non-toxic, chemically inert corrigated plastic sheeting which is incredibly durable. 

 High density polyurethane foam filling - maximum impact resistance catering to frequent intense usage, typical for sack trucks.


Short and long term storage

Britwrap covers allow their designated products to be stored for extended periods in non-ideal environments. For example, many storage units and garages may have damp, or unwanted moisture from other sources. In many cases, if exposed, products may sustain water damage, which can often ruin mattresses and sofas, or become mouldy. Here valuables may become both undesirable and unsafe to use, forcing owners to pay for costly repairs, or worse, purchase replacements.