Don’t Stuff It In Your Suitcase, Use Garment Bags

October 6, 2019 Off By Crystal Watkins

Delsey, a notable name in the luggage industry, has come out with a unique type of luggage line. This is the Helium Fusion line. There are a variety of things that make the Delsey Helium Fusion line of products as useful as it is. These include things that relate to how they are built and how many options are available.

In general, most travelers advise that you use your credit cards as much as possible because they offer the best currency exchange rates. In some countries you can use credit cards to pay for your taxi rides. Check at the airport.

The 2nd highly rated Rolling garment bag is Briggs & Riley Baseline Luggage 22in. Carry-On Upright Garment Bag. Its dimension measures around 44.5 linear inches, whereas, its capacity is around 2488 cubic inches. On the other hand, the weight of Briggs & Riley Baseline Luggage is 11.2 lbs. Some of its main features include smartLink system, hanging shelf, hanging garment sections, side carry handles, retractable leather top, skate wheels and orange lining alerts.

If your lingerie has chains or leather, you have to be very careful in cleaning it, just like any piece with multiple fabrics. Leather cleaner will often work just fine for the leather parts. Before you start cleaning all of your leather, tough, test a smaller area to make sure that it is the appropriate cleaner which won’t stain the leather. Then wipe down the metal portions with disinfectants. You can also use warm water if you need to dampen and rinse the leather. When you are done, hang those pieces to dry.

Airlines have become more restrictive in recent years, in terms of carry-on luggage. In addition to a briefcase or purse, most will allow only one piece of luggage, no more than 9″ x 16″ x 22″. Most soft-sided rolling carry-ons are made to fit these dimensions but it’s still a good idea to check before you purchase. Also, if the bag you’re considering has a collapsible handle, you’ll want to make sure it collapses into the bag, not on the exterior. Many of the exterior-handles on luggage have suffered damage during airline trips, and in fact you’ll often need to sign a waiver of damages for this type of handle.

If you are vacationing by car, you at the least have a little flexibility on how you arrange your essentials. Plan to pack everything into the car first, and then gently lay your gown across the top of the bags in the backseat (I have yet to hear of a bride being able to fit everything for her wedding in the trunk!). Hang the top of the gown from that little hook for your drycleaning in the back of the car. One word of advice – if you are traveling in the winter, you should know that this stiff plastic embroidered irish dance bags used by bridal salons can really crack in extreme chilly. If your gown is likely to be sitting in a parked car for any period of time, be sure to pack it within a fabric garment bag (using a plastic cover pulled on the gown inside to safeguard it from moisture).

Rolling your dress up in a carry-on bag is another way to make sure it doesn’t get lost en route and remains wrinkle-free. Not only do you get to keep your it with you for the flight, you can make sure that it’s not getting unnecessarily dirty, tossed about, or trampled upon.

Designer luggage: Who says you cannot carry your stuff in style? Consider designer luggage to give you that classy look when you enter a luxurious hotel. Heys luggage usually comes in a set of bags sharing a uniform but chic design. The set includes three or four mobile travel bags of different sizes plus one carry-on bag.