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    Default Traveling or Moving with a lot of Perfumes

    Hello everyone,

    since December is coming (break from college) and I will be travelign for a little bit, I was wondering how people transport or package their perfumes so they don't break to pieces in the luggage.

    Any advice welcome and thanks.

    -Waseem

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    Default Re: Traveling or Moving with a lot of Perfumes

    Travelling and moving are two separate problems. When I was moving to my new apartment I packed all perfumes in their original boxes and put them in a few vanity cases.
    As for travelling, I have must-haves decanted into smaller atomisers for the trip.
    'I am not difficult, I am definite!' - Hedy Lamarr

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    Default Re: Traveling or Moving with a lot of Perfumes

    Quote Originally Posted by levannah
    Travelling and moving are two separate problems. When I was moving to my new apartment I packed all perfumes in their original boxes and put them in a few vanity cases.
    As for travelling, I have must-haves decanted into smaller atomisers for the trip.
    Exactly!
    I usually take 3-4 decants for some circumstances I aware of.
    Vetiver The Great!!!

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    Default Re: Traveling or Moving with a lot of Perfumes

    Also remember to always put them inside closed plastic bags when travelling... just in case one of the bottles/decants should break.

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    Default Re: Traveling or Moving with a lot of Perfumes

    I never travel without my leather case which includes 180 samples. ;D
    decant sales:
    Crystal Flacon

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    Default Re: Traveling or Moving with a lot of Perfumes

    If you're going to be on an airplane, make sure to take your fragrances with you in hand luggage and don't check them in. The storage areas aren't pressurized so it's possible that fragrances stored in luggage would leak.

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    Default Re: Traveling or Moving with a lot of Perfumes

    When I moved to my new house - I wrapped each bottle up with bubble warp and taped it up. I then placed them all within banker cardboard boxes - the heavy duty one - they can hold alot of weight. Had no problems at all.

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