At Golds Removal, we specialise in providing cheap removal boxes to help you pack up all  your belongings for the big move. You can fit almost anything you’d like in these boxes, but how creative can we be? The boxes can carry up to 20kg, so we’ve given you a few examples of what you could potentially fit in them.

Two Workers Loading Cardboard Boxes In Truck

Jelly Beans

Jelly beans are tiny yet absolutely delicious. They come in all shapes and sizes but we will assume that an average jelly bean weighs around 1.1g. This means that one of our boxes can hold a maximum of 18180 jelly beans! Although we’re not sure why you would need that many…




Okay, that one may have been a bit silly. Now for something a little more practical – books! Our boxes are excellent for storing books, but how many can they hold? Well, an average 450-page paperback book weighs roughly half a kilogram. This means that one of our boxes can store up to 40 books!

Books & Watercolour Wall

Kitchen Plates


You can’t leave your beautiful kitchen plates behind! So make sure to pack them when you move? But how many plates can you fit in one of our boxes? Well, an average dinner plate weighs around one kilogram, meaning that you can fit, when it comes to weight, twenty plates in our boxes.

Empty white plate and fork with traces of eaten blackberry pie

Your Old Vinyl Records

Vinyl records are so popular and they help to bring that little bit of nostalgia, and they are great fun as well. Because of this, it’s important to pack your favourite classic albums. In fact, you pack as many as 200 vinyl records in our boxes, if you take the records and the sleeves into account.

vinyl player


See, how can you not say that our boxes are amazing? Obviously, there’s a catch when it comes to dimensions, etc. But, when it comes to storage, we know how to do it to an extremely high quality. If you would like to know more about our storage services, then please get in touch today on 07514002769 and we will be more than happy to help with any enquiries you may have.

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