How To Move Infinity Massage Chair


Moving an Infinity Massage Chair from one location to another can be a stressful task due to its size and weight, but with this comprehensive guide you’ll find that the process is much easier than you might expect. With 9 easy steps, moving your new or used massage chair will seem like a walk in the park. If you follow these 9 steps you’ll be sure to complete the job quickly and safely every time! Check out how to move an Infinity Massage Chair by reading the complete guide below!

1) Remove all plugs, etc.
make sure that there is no way your massage chair can be turned on. These things are so heavy that it doesn’t take much for them to crush anything underneath it, and you don’t want your new investment getting damaged before you even get it home. Also make sure any parts are protected in boxes or other containers (especially if they are expensive or delicate). And just because it may be heavy, doesn’t mean you shouldn’t ask for help! Getting help moving these things is probably one of the most important parts of their transportation-of-the-century. Chances are good that whoever helped move your chair will be a huge source of referrals and traffic once your business takes off.

2) Remove the covers
Remove any removable covers and set them aside. Remove any neck pillows and any other accessories, if applicable. Use your hands or a tool (if necessary) to lift off as much of your old, padded cover as possible. Don’t remove it all at once; try just moving sections of it out of the way so you don’t have such a big job for yourself later on. This will help you identify where any attachment points are and how they’re connected. Just be careful not to damage anything underneath by pulling too hard! Make sure you move out-of-the-way anything that might be strapped in place, like headrests, lumbar supports or back cushions.

3) Lift it up carefully
When removing your massage chair from a van or any vehicle, lift it up carefully. While it’s no more heavy than any other piece of furniture, you want to be sure that you don’t hurt yourself or others in the process. If you need help with moving it into your home, consider asking some friends for assistance. They might not have massaging chairs, but they can still help you with all of those other parts of moving a large piece of furniture!

4) Lay down a protective layer
Have some cardboard boxes and moving blankets available, as well as a wheeled dolly. The moving company may provide you with these items, or they may come on their own; make sure that you know whether your moving company is providing them or not. If they are not, ask if it would be OK for you to rent them for the day. Once again, make sure that you get all of your questions answered before signing any contracts or making any payments! Finally, remove anything from inside of or on top of your chair that could scratch it during transit. Make sure that nothing will fall off of it while being moved: Pens can roll off your desk and onto a car seat, where they can break and scratch both surfaces.

5) Use proper tools for moving the chair
When moving a massage chair, you’ll want to make sure that you have a few heavy-duty tools and supplies on hand. First of all, make sure that you have a power drill and bits, as well as screwdrivers. If possible, bring along a hammer for loosening or removing furniture nails or clasps. A hand saw will come in handy if you’re dealing with wooden furniture and need to trim it down. You may also want rubber gloves and/or eye protection – depending on how worried you are about keeping your hands clean during transport. If possible, use cardboard (or moving blankets) when packing up small items so they don’t get lost during transit.

6) Place it in the car
It’s important that you don’t lift or move your chair while it’s plugged in, so turn off all electrical components. Then place a thick blanket or several moving blankets underneath your chair, protecting it from any scratches and abrasions that could happen during transport. Once you’ve got a blanket safely underneath, use another blanket or two to pad around and over your chair as well. Next, lower and then raise your headrest halfway up to loosen any tension on its cables, which will make moving much easier later on.

7) Get it through doorways by using wedges
The first thing you’ll want to do is find a way to get your new massage chair through any doorways in your home. When it comes to moving heavy furniture, there are basically two options: Go around a doorway by flipping and angling furniture into (or under) doorways using saw horses and other pieces of wood. It’s important that you don’t exert yourself too much trying to force something through a doorway that won’t fit. Move it as little as possible until you can figure out what needs modifying. Going over walls: If that option isn’t feasible for whatever reason, then taking your furniture up or over a wall might be your only choice.

8) Securing legs in place during drive or travel
The next thing to do is secure your legs in place during travel or drive. With most brands, you can rotate or swivel back and forth on your chair while it’s moving or being moved but sometimes it can be a little disorienting and you might not realize that one of your legs isn’t anchored down. As far as securing your feet in place, there are three main ways of doing so. One way is for you to strap them into a special frame found underneath your seat (usually made of metal). A second option is for you to attach them with a bar that’s attached underneath your chair.

Final Word
Before you begin moving your Infinity Massage Chair, there are a few important things to keep in mind. First and foremost, DO NOT PLUG IT BACK IN until you’ve finished setting it up in its new location and double-checked that everything is functioning correctly. Doing so before taking care of those tasks can result in harm to yourself or others (see below for more details). Make sure that you’re using a qualified and insured local moving company for your particular move if your chair weighs more than 300 pounds or is located on any kind of incline. Before beginning, make sure that you are only handling weight within your own capabilities – even professional movers have limitations as well!

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Lynn has been writing at our blog for over two years. She currently writes about topics such as sleep, massage therapy, and cooking. Recently, she has teamed up with other bloggers to write about their life stories. Lynn is also a certified massage therapist who loves to express herself through cooking recipes she finds on Pinterest or food blogs. Lynn's blog is an outlet where she can share her passions with others while encouraging them to live the best version of themselves.

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