Whoa! Think Twice Before Leaving Your Luggage On A Hotel Bed And Other
HAUPPAUGE, N.Y., Dec. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Briggs & Riley Travelware, a leader in innovative, high quality luggage, reports that a growing number of travelers are quite concerned about the state of health and sanitation at tourist attractions and travel hotspots, according to a poll the company conducted of well traveled professionals and vacationers. More and more people are worried about health conditions in airports and planes, hotels, trains, concert halls and theaters. The poll also revealed that indicated that most folks are concentrating on what they can do to travel healthy and prevent flair ups of colds, allergies, skin ailments and stomach disorders.
Below are the top suggestions from enlightened travelers to keep all
vacationers healthy and happy this holiday season:
-- Keep the Bed Bugs Away: Never put luggage on a hotel bed when you
arrive and leave for the day. Reports have shown that bed bugs exist
even at the most luxury hotels in the United States and overseas. If
bags are left on the bed while out for a day of sightseeing, bed bugs
can seep into luggage and clothing.
-- Wrap, Wrap, Wrap: TSA security guards wear gloves to keep sanitary but
go through hundreds of bags a day and contract germs. Some travelers
suggest wrapping your clothes in pressed plastic bags that zip up and
flatten to ensure your belongings remain untouched and sanitary. Also,
pack extra large plastics bags for items that may be damp or wet.
-- Wipes To The Rescue: Even when traveling without the kids always take a
package of wipes for use everywhere -- restrooms, eating on the go,
airplanes, cars, restaurants -- wipes are invaluable for spills,
stains, and germs.
-- Think Ahead For Healthy Travel: Copy important pa
|SOURCE Briggs & Riley Travelware|
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