All the tricks we’ve discovered over the years have come flooding back to us. When it comes to packing it up and packing it in, we have it sorted. You will be light as a feather, organised, comfortable and safe.
Posted On August 31, 2016 Posted By Andy Buerckner
You save a lot more space when you roll clothes and they surprisingly do not crease too much.
To keep it all neat and tidy, try to utilise sealed compartments for your loose electrical items.
By using belts to line the collars and strengthen them.
Put shoes inside a shower cap to prevent dirty soles from touching your clothes or alternatively buy a shoe compartment.
Nothing beats the ease of a linen shirt so try to bring items that won’t crease. If you need to pack these items, lie them flat between plastic dry cleaning bag or a plastic grocery bag and fold them as you normally would. Alternatively pack anti-wrinkle spray.
Keep it fresh pack soap or dryer sheets between your clothes and make sure your clothes are always dry before you pack them.
Put socks or other items inside your shoes if you’re low on space. Don’t like that idea, wrap your items in bubble wrap and keep them firmly between other items in the middle of your suitcase.
Pack heavier items at the bottom of the suitcase (near the wheels). This keeps your suitcase balanced and the weight distributed evenly so it won’t tip over.