Here at Dura Supreme, we pay close attention to the packaging of our cabinetry. So that each cabinet arrives at the final destination in the same beautiful condition that it left our plant. The cabinet is stretch wrapped to add an extra layer of protection while at the same time Securing the drawers and doors in place throughout the shipping process. Corner protectors are placed around each corner to add yet another layer of protection. The cabinet is then placed on a cardboard tray and surrounded with a cardboard carton. This cartoning process not only provides excellent protection, but also an easier method for unpackaging the cabinet once at the job site. To unpackage your Dura Supreme cabinet separate the tray from the cardboard surrounding the cabinet as shown Using gloves is recommended when opening a large number of boxes Once the tray has been separated from the rest of the carton lift the top portion off of the cabinet. To reduce the possibility of damaging your cabinet while unpackaging do not use a knife or razor blade to cut the box open. The stretch wrap is then easily removed by cutting it at the back of the cabinet.