business travel must haves list
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Do you travel often for business? When on a working trip, it’s important to be at the top of your game. A huge part of that can come from the way you look and feel. In fact, Faultless Starch believes that “by looking your best, you will perform your best.”

business travel must haves list

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Travel Must Haves

Packing a few of the following travel essentials in your suitcase can help you look great, save time, and create a more stress-free traveling experience. From clothes to tech gear, consider packing these travel must haves on your next trip.

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Starch

If you’ve ever unpacked a completely wrinkled shirt/blouse from your suitcase, you will understand the need for travel starch. Faultless Premium Starch will keep you clothes looking new – it’s the starch that performs. Not to mention, unlike other fabric starches, the bottle won’t clog, flake or stick. Available in a 3 oz travel size, Faultless Premium can be found in the laundry aisle of major retailers near you. (There may even a Faultless Premium Coupon so you can save on your next purchase!) Most hotel rooms have an iron, so spray on a bit of laundry starch, iron your clothes, and hang them before your busy itinerary begins!

Multi-charger

Business travel often means plenty of technology. Hotel rooms may have plenty of plugs, but they are typically in use by lamps to light the room. It’s much easier to plug a multi-charger into one socket to power up several of your devices at once–and in one place. Travel tip: this makes gathering chargers and cords easier when it’s time to pack up.

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First-Aid Kit

I know it seems obvious, but if you have ever had to pay an outrageous price for 2 pills for a headache, you will understand. Pain/fever reducing and allergy medicines, anti-itch cream, and any necessary prescriptions should all make it into your first-aid kit and travel packing checklist. Not to mention, travel-size band-aids and anti-bacterial cream are always good to have on hand too.

What are your travel must haves?

Although not an exhaustive travel essentials list, these three items keep you looking great for any occasion, well-charged for getting work done, and feeling well on the road.

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