Woman reveals the clever £1 travel item that is a game-changer when travelling with hand luggage | The Sun

A WOMAN has revealed a game-changing £1 item to help when travelling with hand luggage.

The clever item was revealed by TikTok user @byleahsmith, and will make cramming bulky toiletries into your luggage a thing of the past.

Leah revealed she "had way more fun than I should have" making the video before unveiling a selection of small toiletry dispensers.

The miniature bottles are small enough to stay under the 100ml rule for travellers when they fly off on holidays.

The travel expert gushed over the set, saying: "Found the best set of travel minis with a little funnel and spatula for £1 in Primark."

Influencer Leah then proceeds to top-up the empty containers with her favourite shampoo, conditioner and cleanser.

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She then slaps on the appropriate sticker to remind her which item is which before packing them all into a nifty hanging washbag.

The travel set comes complete with a zip lock bag, pots, bottles and labels.

Passengers can only take containers that contain no more than 100ml of liquid in their hand luggage.

Larger quantities of liquid will have to be packed in their hold bag.

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It comes after one flight attendant revealed her nifty tips and tricks to blag a free upgrade and get an extra bag onboard.

Kamila Jakubjakova, who flew with Emirates, lifted the lid on the unorthodox tactics, including arriving to the airport late.

Elsewhere, an underrated Greek island has received glowing praise for its Santorini-like houses and lack of crowds.

Expensive Greek hotspots like Mykonos and Santorini have attracted tourists in their droves, forcing sun-seekers to look for more peaceful alternatives.

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