With the development of The Times, some items in gift boxes need to be stored in frozen packaging. Therefore, when put forward from the frozen environment, the surface of gift boxes must be condensed. At this time, we need to know some anti-mildew measures.
1. The storage or workshop of the gift box must be airtight, otherwise it will be easily affected by damp in rainy season, foggy weather or areas with large temperature difference between day and night. Material warehouse and finished product warehouse should be inspected regularly. The goods in the warehouse should not be piled on the ground, but should be put into the material rack. All materials should be kept clean and tidy to reduce the number of colony in the warehouse workshop.
2, the gift box from the ground must have a gap, can be built on stilts with wood, there should be a certain circulation of air space, so as to avoid the impact of moisture on the ground. Fabrics and packaging materials should not be directly piled on the floor, should be separated by pallets, and more than 10CM from the wall, do not rely on materials or materials on the wall, materials and other materials contact the wall will bring dampness and mildew risk.
3, if conditions can choose to choose a dehumidifier, general air conditioning manufacturers have a gift box warehouse dehumidifier sales, this is a relatively simple and fundamental method of mildew. Due to the attention to the warehouse ventilation, when the outdoor humidity is greater than the indoor humidity, close the doors and Windows, on the contrary, open the doors and Windows, record the humidity, temperature changes, if the indoor relative humidity in the wet season is equal to 80% of the rain, should be installed dehumidification equipment, in order to reduce the risk of damp mildew products.
Because the gift box is a way of packaging a functional extension of social needs. Therefore, it not only has the function of packaging but also highlights part of the function to a certain extent. Therefore, it is necessary to do a good job in the moisture-proof work of gift boxes.