Keep a tissue handy
In MR252, George Dent talks about the potential and actual damage from items being in contact with bubble wrap. A few years ago, I was working in a museum, and I acquired a museum-grade perspex display case that had become surplus to requirements. I wrapped the removable lid in bubble film for safety. About three years later I unwrapped the lid to discover little dimple marks, where it had been in contact with the bubbles. The lid was a total write-off as no amount of polishing or other trickery would remove the marks. So, from personal experience, if you are using bubble wrap, follow George’s advice and use acid-free tissue as a barrier medium.