6 Packing hacks you definitely need to know
Well yes the period that the packing tips are very useful is here and we are so …glad for this !!!!!!!!! You may have already planned a weekend adventure or a two day beach dash.. or you may just start dreaming about the summer holidays ..
The tips below will help you put some practicality at your dreams …
1.Holiday packing lists
Create a small travel notebook and title each page with a different holiday type, related to the style or length of stay or any other particular characteristics. For example you could have pages for 'weekend break' or 'beach holiday'. Spend 30 minutes brainstorming and making a packing list under each page.
2. Roll clothes
No one wants to arrive at the holiday destination and be faced with a pile of ironing. To save space and time, roll your clothes instead of folding them. Then you can use vacuum compression bags so as to save more space in your suitcase and prevent creases.
3. Replace the Terry Towels with your Pestemals
As we speak for rolling ….don’t forget your Pestemal Rolls !!! Pestemals are as absorbent as the classic terry towels but far more lightweight and need far less space at your suitcase. We propose to have 2 Pestemal for room use (one for body and one for the face) and 1 Pestemal for the pool/beach if this is you Beach Holiday Break.
4. Make use of 'empty' spaces
When it comes to packing, you need to make use of every little space you can. Roll tops/underwear/socks and other small items (you see we love rolls…) stuff them into your shoes- hats - etch to make sure every possible space is filled.
5. Makeup tip - to stop powder and eye shadow cracking use a layer of cotton wool
Here's one ladies exclusive. To prevent your pressed powder or eyeshadow from cracking during your travels, place a flat cotton wool pad in between the pressed powder and the lid.
6.Use cling-film and tape to prevent liquid leaks
We've all suffered from the disastrous liquid leak in our luggage. To prevent this, take the lids off liquid bottles and add a layer of cling-film. Then when you put the lid on, use clear tape to seal the gap where the lid joins the container.