9 Packing Hacks for Travelling
No matter what the length of the trip — be it a weekend beach getaway or a three-week trek — you’ll need to pack a bag, and you’ll want to pack it right. Here, we’ll share 9 Packing Hacks for Travelling. Because…
Every traveler has baggage.
Rolling your clothing rather than folding it is one of the best ways to maximize luggage space. Additionally, rolling can help prevent wrinkles and creasing! You’ll be surprised by how much more you can fit this way.
2. Dry Cleaning Bag
When packing clothes that wrinkle easily, lay the clothing flat inside a dry-cleaning bag, and then fold as normal. The plastic will prevent creases from setting in.
Store your loose cables/chargers in an old sunglass case to keep everything in one place.
4. Lingeries Linger Together
Help your bras maintain their shape while also saving space by stacking your bras on top of each other, folding them in half, and tucking your underwear inside. Stuffing your underwear inside your bras will prevent the cups from folding inward and help extend the life of your bras beyond your trip.
5. Stock it on a Sock
Protect breakables such as glass fragrance bottles by slipping them into socks before packing them.
To prevent liquid products from bursting (and ruining everything else) inside your bag, cut a small square of plastic wrap, unscrew the product’s lid, set the plastic wrap on top, and screw the lid back on. That way, if the lid pops open, no product can spill out.
7. Make Up
Protect powder makeup products from breaking while traveling by sticking a cotton pad or cotton ball inside the compact before putting it in your makeup bag.
Or, instead of packing big, bulky makeup bottles for a quick weekend trip, pour a little bit of the product into a clean contact case for easy travel.
If your razor doesn’t have a protective cap, use a large binder clip to cover the sharp blades so you don’t accidentally cut your finger when digging around your makeup bag. Well, Binder Clips had already been saving lives. Check this too:
9. Forgot Charger?
If you forget the wall plug-in for your phone charger, check the back of your hotel TV. There’s usually a USB port. And if you forgot your charger, ask your hotel if they have one you can borrow for the duration of your stay.
Above all make it stay, not her! But the freshness of your luggage’s content. Stick a dryer sheet in your suitcase with your clothes to keep them smelling fresh. You can also try to check these articles: Tips for Staying Productive While You Travel, Best Travel Apps and 5 Cool Must-Have Travel Gadgets.