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Managing Your Clothing and Dirty Laundry While Traveling

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No one wants to air their dirty laundry in public, but it’s safe for us to discuss the problems that can arise when trying to manage your clothing and dirty laundry while traveling for business.

Unlike pleasure trips, where you may not care if you wear your clothing multiple times or that the ratio of casual clothes to formal ware is quite high, business trips typically will require a sense of decorum and style.

Going on the road requires you to be much more organized than when you are home. You’re in an unfamiliar city and staying in a strange room, while there is pressure to do well as you present your company in business discussions. There’s no time to waste finding clothing and toiletries, which is why you will want to consider using the shelving bags provided by Rise Gear. 

These bags include a system of collapsible shelves so you can pack more quickly and then find what you need at your destination. The shelves of Rise Gear’s bags keep your items folded, so you can just hang the bag in the closet instead of unpacking and hanging up your clothes. The bags come in multiple sizes and colors. They include a big compartment that you can use as a hamper to store clothing as it gets dirty.

Alternatively, the Travel Laundry Stuff Sack made by Tom Bihn is an excellent way to keep your dirty clothing separate from the clean clothing you need for tomorrow’s conference. Coming in two sizes (11.8″ x 5.5″ x 5.5″, which fits the Tom Bihn Aeronaut 30 bag and 13.8″ x 6.7″ x 6.7”, which fits into the Tom Bihn Aeronaut 45 bag. Travel Laundry Stuff Sacks are made with light, ripstop nylon and they have two drawstrings to close them up.

Clean clothing goes in one end of the bag when you pack, and then as you finish using clothing during your trip, you put it in the other end of the sack (the drawstrings are colored differently so you can identify the dirty and clean ends of the bag).

Keeping your clothing clean and organized will help make your business trips go more smoothly and will save you valuable time on the road.

Posted on Mar 25 2015

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