If you’re like me and you wipe down your seat every time you fly, take my advice and wait until everyone boards before you do it. On a recent LAX-JFK flight, I’d already wiped down my seat when my seatmate rolled up and asked if I would switch seats with his wife directly across the aisle. It was the same seat (aisle), so of course I said it was no problem. The only thing that bummed me out was that I didn’t have another antibacterial wipe handy to wipe down my new seat. I should have waited!
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