Forearm Forklift moving straps are the tool you’ve needed but haven’t had access to before when moving. Forearm Forklift lifting straps are the perfect solution for items that are too large,
bulky or odd-shaped to be moved via a moving dolly, hand truck or team lifting. Perfect for items like armoires, mattresses and any other furniture needing to move.
Forearm Forklift moving straps allow a team of two to easily lift a heavy, bulky item without causing additional back strain. Since each person no longer has to bend over to lift the item,
lifting with your legs instead of your back is easier than ever. The moving straps work to distribute the weight to stronger and larger muscle groups, making it safer to lift items and reduce
risk of injury. This also allows a team of uneven strength to still move an item easily.
Once your mattress has been covered in a mattress bag or moving blankets have been held in place with plastic stretch wrap, that piece of furniture becomes difficult to grip and move without
damaging the protective layer. Keep the protective plastic intact by using the Forearm Forklift lifting straps. Simply slide each of the straps under the mattress, washer or other item, cross
so each person has one end of each strap and team lift. No more ripped plastic covering or wasted efforts.
Make moving day safer and quicker with less aches to ice at the end of the day. While the Forearm Forklift straps attach to your arms, your hands are left free to guide or assist balance the
furniture you are moving. Keep knees bent to distribute the weight to the larger muscles groups and communicate often with the lifting member. Since the three inch straps are wide, they don’t
dig into your arms while using the lifting straps. The moving straps can be adjusted in length to properly fit the item you are going to carry.
Keep the Forearm Forklift straps on hand after your move for redecorating, refurbishing, or simply rearranging your home. Easily move the washer and dryer across the room to the new
laundry room instead of one person struggling to push and drag. Quickly rearrange living room furniture on a whim without any strained backs or necks to nurse afterwards.