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Everyone know that airplanes are dirty and during a pandemic, keeping your own personal space as clean and germ-free as possible can keep you healthier and make you more comfortable for your flight.
I’ve always traveled with disinfectant wipes and long before the pandemic, Johnny and I were those people, wiping everything down before we sat down. According to a flight attendant, these are the 7 dirtiest things on an airplane, so make sure you hit all the germ hotspots when you’re sanitizing your airplane seat.
Wipes are great and up until now, have been a traveler’s best option. But these Trip Mitts are a brilliant idea and an easy thing to throw in your bag the next time you’re airport-bound.
According to the product description on TripWipes.com: “The problem with “wiping” is: No matter how hard you try, your fingers & hands always get caught up in the germ-crossfire. Especially when traveling in planes, trains and automobiles … a tray table, seat, arm rests, belt buckle, etc. have so many crevices filled with disgusting stuff.”
Yes! I couldn’t agree more … I don’t love wiping down surfaces and feeling like somehow, all those germs I’m trying to exterminate are still ending up on my hands.
Trip Mitts are a double-sided, one-size-fits-all sanitizing mitt that can be used to easily sanitize surfaces when you’re on the go, whether it’s your airplane seat or a restaurant table or the surfaces in a hotel room.
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