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Make sure your bras stay in perfect shape by rolling up some socks and placing them in the cups. It not only stops them from getting squished, but it’s also great for saving storage space for your socks. This trick works wonders for bikini tops, too.
There’s no point in taking a fancy shirt on holiday if, when you get to your hotel, your collar’s all crumpled. Just roll up your belt and pop it in the collar to keep it in shape, and you won’t have to worry about looking scruffy for dinner.
Shower caps are not only brilliant for keeping your hair dry in the shower, they can also be a lifesaver when you’re trying to pack dirty pairs of shoes. Just pop them dirty-side-down into the shower cap, then put them at the bottom of your suitcase to stop any of your clothes getting mucky.
Wondering whether you should fold and stack, or roll your clothes? We’ve got the answer. Rolling individual pieces of clothing helps to stop them creasing, and it saves space, meaning you can fit a lot more stuff in your case. So, you’ll have loads more room to bring back souvenirs and duty-free bargains for your jealous pals.
Here’s a clever trick to stop your perfume, aftershave or bottle of alcohol breaking while you’re carrying it around in your case. All you have to do is pop it in a sock, twist the sock at the end, and hook the whole lot back over the bottle so it’s all wrapped up. Or, if it’s a large bottle, use two socks and put one on each end.
Once a necklace is tangled, it usually takes nothing short of sorcery to get it back to normal. With this clever little hack, you won’t have to stress about knotted necklaces again. Thread one end through a straw until it comes out the bottom, and then clip together as usual. Voila.
When you’re trying to pack light, you can’t afford to waste space in your case with big, bulky bottles of shampoo and conditioner. Buy a set of travel bottles, so you only take as much as you need. And if you’re sick of carrying around big bottles of sun cream for your day out at the beach, just fill one of your travel ones up and pop it in your beach bag.
There’s nothing worse than getting to your destination and finding that your shampoo and sun cream have exploded in your case, and your freshly-washed clothes and brand new sandals are covered. To make sure this doesn’t happen, unscrew the lid and wrap some cling-film over the bottle top before putting the lid back on. Even if the lid pops open in transit, your packed clothes will stay clean and dry. For extra protection, put the bottles in plastic bags.
It doesn’t matter how many you own, you can never find a hair pin when you need one. An empty Tic Tac container is the perfect place to store them, so you know exactly where to find them when you need to clip your hair out of your face on a hot day.
You’ve splashed out on fancy makeup in duty free so you can look your best for your holiday, so you’re not going to let a packing fail ruin it, are you? To make sure your compact powder and eyeshadow doesn’t crack and break in your case, place a cotton wool pad inside. It keeps the powder cushioned, so your makeup will stay safe and crack-free.
Fergus Style Bahamas is an adults-only hotel which is right next door to the beach as well as some of Ibiza’s best music venues, which means it’s the perfect place to stay if you fancy a lively getaway.
The TUI BLUE Alcudia Pins has it all when it comes to family fun – two pools, a beachfront setting and a children’s splash park.
This adults-only hotel is on a peaceful swathe of beach. Here, luxuries like whirlpool baths in the rooms and gourmet dining come as standard.
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