We at Copenhagen Airport asked our travelers to share their best travel hacks for an easier, more convenient journey. Now, we're sharing them with you :) We call these hacks #CPHACKS.
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Copenhagen Airport Travel Hack: Rolling your clothes in stead of folding them packs them more tightly and keeps wrinkles out.
Copenhagen Airport Travel Hack: Put a shower cap around your shoes instead of sealing them away in a plastic bag. You can even stuff your shoes with socks to get the most out of the space while helping the shoes keep their shape.
Copenhagen Airport Travel Hack: Use a clothespin as a toothbrush holder to keep your toothbrush clean and dry.
Copenhagen Airport Travel Hack: Forgot to bring the right adapter? Don't worry. You can use the USB port in the Hotel TV to charge your mobile devices.
Copenhagen Airport Travel Hack: Soap and shampoo bottles can leak throughout a long journey with changing air pressure. One solution is to put a piece of saran wrap over the bottle's opening before putting the lid back on.
Copenhagen Airport Travel Hack: Sometimes a glasses case is all you need to keep track of all your wires ;)
Copenhagen Airport Travel Hack: Put your belt in the collar of your shirt. That way, the collar keeps it's shape in your suitcase while you take advantage of the small space.
Copenhagen Airport Travel Hack: You can save a lot of room and weight by only bringing the soap and shampoo you need. Pour your favorites into small travel containers, and you'll probably have enough for a week or two.
Copenhagen Airport Travel Hack: An empty TicTac container keep all your bobby pins in one easy place. You'd almost think the little box was made for this.
Copenhagen Airport Travel Hack: A pill organizer can organize your jewelry just as well ;)
Color Spotlight: Chartreuse
Chartreuse - with a bit of a turquoise and red thang going on too - lovely
Clever Slivers...Bathrooms often have small footprints but plenty of unused vertical space. A tall but narrow cabinet can be used to store toilet paper, towels, and toothbrushes. Look for a model that has both closed storage (such as cabinets and drawers) and open shelves to both conceal items and provide easy access to everyday items.
How to Make Dryer Balls
Learn How to Wool Make Dryer Balls. They make great gifts and are super easy to make. They will last at least two years.
DIY Home Decor ~ Save $200 off the cost of Pottery Barn's blanket ladder by making your own!
painted clamp lights - what a good idea! found the lights at Wal-mart for under $7
Brilliant! mason jars can be used as mini blender jars...the thread on the bottom of the blender is the same as a mason jar, simply remobe the blade assembly from your blender jar and attach it to a mason jar for small recipes, quick smoothies, baby food, etc.
How to make felt balls...I don't know why I am fascinated by these little guys but I must try to make them.
paint thinner on a file cabinet - taking it down to its natural metal jmoinajo edit: I did this before and really liked the look. wait to seal it, and you will get strange rust patterns from humidity. Seal with a clear gloss as soon as you like what you see.
DIY Recycled Garden Dresser (I just LOVE the look of the wood and the flowers. Very creative!)