the team can share some helpful tips to make the best use of the space
Kent (PRWEB UK) 8 October 2012
Stemming from questions customers have raised with the team at Luggage Superstore, packing efficiently is an area where the team can share some helpful tips to make the best use of the space in a suitcase or bag. If this is achieved well, consumers can find that there could be more space for packing, luggage may feeling lighter and less burdensome for carrying along.
For anyone who ever thought this sort of advice never existed, here are a few ideas to help with the next packing session:-
- Identify what type of trip you are packing for; airline trip, cruise, train trip etc.
- Find out the luggage allowance with the transport company being used for the journey.
- Check out the weather for the area –you will need items accordingly.
- Make a list of all the essentials and keep that list it for ticking off as packing progresses e.g. passports boarding pass, toiletries etc.
- Pack without actually packing-what does that mean? Start laying items out maybe on a bed to see how many items you want to take and then you will see that only half would really be needed to be packed and the other half can stay behind -not needed at all.
- Take items of clothing that are easily mixed and matched to create different looks.
- Placing heavy or bulky items at the bottom of the case can avoid creasing to clothes but it gives more space by packing them last on top of flatter items and in corners etc.
- Try packing lots of thin layers to save on space.
- Use inside shoes to store socks and smaller items.
- Folding neatly saves on space some may even find rolling clothes may save space also.
- It is always handy to take a few plastic bags for packing anything that may leak or for dirty or wet items.
Hope that the next packing session is a lot easier for all.
Luggage Superstore established site is in West Kingsdown, Kent. Their aim is providing competitive prices of the highest quality luggage and top calibre Customer Service for online luggage shopping.