Friday, August 31, 2007

Travel tip of the day.

If you use a gel antiperspirant, chances are that you have experienced the travel problem when the gel gets squeezed out of the container as the airport staff abuse your luggage in a number of ways when you can't see them. The solution for this minor irritation is simple: twist the dial at the bottom counter clockwise for a few turns. This places an air bubble on top of the gel so when the container is squished, the gel stays in and the air gets out.

1 comment:

haik said...

The best things those days is using clam shell type suitcases. Samsonite produces good ones. They are a little bit heavy( 3kg +) but you can be sure that nothing breaks inside. They are especially useful for transporting liquids (in plastic containers).