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When packing my suitcases back into the closet after a trip, I put those fragrance paper inserts (stuck inside Sunday's store flyers) inside. When I open the suitcase the next time it smells so nice!

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By Wendy from Crete, IL

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By Wendy (Guest Post)
November 17, 20050 found this helpful

Hi Wendy.
I have done the same thing over the years, but I
like better keeping a bar of TONE soap wrapped in
a clean washcloth and fastened with a large safety
pin in every piece of luggage we use. TONE soap is our soap of choice for several reasons, and we don't use any other. When traveling, we take a bar with us wherever we go, and it keeps our suitcases nice
and fresh smelling all the time between use.
The washcloth provides a nice way to take it with
you when you leave the hotel too. Just wrap the
wet soap in the washcloth, pin with the safety pin unless the pin has been used for something else in the meantime.
(happens more often than you might think).

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Happy traveling to you,
Julia in Orlando, FL

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May 10, 20120 found this helpful

That suit case could be filled with items that need to be stored for later usage, such as out of season clothing or out of season bedding.

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September 17, 20130 found this helpful

I use Bounce or Snuggle dryer sheets. We store our luggage in our garage, and I believe the dryer sheets also keep the the insects and critters away!

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