4. Store Bobby Pins In A Tic Tac Container
Oh, bobby pins. If you’re like me you have a love/hate relationship with these pesky little things. They’re amazing when you use them in your hair, but that’s IF you can even find any to use. For some reason mine always get lost. One minute I have a whole new pack, then the next I have one or two left. From now on, and especially when you travel, store those puppies in a tac tac container. It’s the perfect size to fit them in and it will keep them all in one place. Not to mention that they’re easy to dispense out of the container.
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5. Throw In Extra Grocery Bags
To make sure you’re prepared on your trip, throw in a few plastic grocery bags in your suitcase. You never know what you’ll need them for, You can throw dirty clothes in them, wet swimsuits, or any other things that you don’t want touching the rest of your items.
6. Place Liquids In Ziploc Bags
There’s nothing worse than opening up your suitcase after a long trip only to find that your face wash has exploded over all your clothes. No one ever wants to clean up that mess. To keep that from happening, place any liquids that can explode from high pressure in Ziploc bags. That way, if it does open from the pressure, it will be contained and won’t get all over your suitcase.