Sink stopperCarry a Universal Sink Stopper
My buddy Gary Arndt (he runs the site Everything Everywhere) recommends long-term travelers always carry a universal sink stopper—a cheap piece of rubber (like this one) that you can stuff in a sink or bathtub that otherwise won’t fill so you can do laundry. It also takes up little to no space in your luggage.



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3 Comments On "Travel Tip of the Day: Carry a Universal Sink Stopper"
  1. Nancy Reid|

    I just use one of the plastic travel bags I use to packand compress my clothes in. Fill it with water + soap and swish my clothes around like a mini washing machine!

    1. Johnny Jet
      Johnny Jet|

      Great idea!!

  2. Mary G|

    Always travel with this stopper and wash about everything in the shampoo provided by the hotel!

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