- Weight of the blanket
- The type of fabric used
- The type of binding
The weight of a moving blanket determines its durability and amount of cushion protection it provides. Blankets are measured by weight, not volume, and are sold in compressed bulk packaging for easier shipping.
One dozen bundles of moving blankets are weighed as a unit, such as our Supreme moving blanket that weighs 95 pounds per dozen. On average, an individual Supreme moving blanket weighs approximately 8 pounds.
- A durable, economical fabric choice for economy moving blankets and middle level moving blankets. The zig zag pattern helps prevent snags from becoming longer tears in the blanket.
- Woven polyester woven means that strands of fabric are in a weave (criss cross pattern) for added strength and tear resistance.
- Woven polyester moving blanket fabric is featured in our better moving blankets line.
- This fabric is used in our Multi-Mover, Mega-Mover and Camo moving blankets
- Cotton-polyester fabric blends are softer without sacrificing durability and offer even greater resistance to tearing than woven polyester alone.
- Cotton-polyester moving blanket fabric is used in our best moving blankets such as our Performance moving blanket, and other professional quality moving blankets.
The binding of moving blankets is also an important consideration. The binding encompasses the entire blanket and makes the blanket more durable during use, handling and washing. Binding should be uniform, tightly stitched and free of rips and tears.
- Big rubber bands
- Large rubber bands
- Extra large rubber bands for moving
- Oversize rubber moving bands
Compare and shop for moving blankets by visiting our moving blanket comparison page.
Learn more with our handy guide to moving blankets and furniture pads.