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The problem of packing clothes in a suitcase is a common issue for air travellers. Honeymooners and tourists may have a few essential outfits that they must have in order to look professional for their night out. Travellers on business often only take a small suitcase. In either case, these small carry-ons can make your clothes look sloppy and wrinkled. Due to the fact that luggage is often stored in musty warehouses and cargo bays while on its way, clothes may smell strange. Many hotels offer pressing and laundering services. However, if time is a constraint or you don’t have the budget for this service, consider buying a travel Steamer. They are compact and easily fit into any suitcase. Keep clothes fresh and smelling good with cedar mothballs or a cedar oil sachet that has a bit of lavender in it. Just pull out your steamer when you arrive at your destination. You’ll be pleasantly surprised at how wrinkle-free and fresh they smell.