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Has anyone bought Downy Wrinkle Release aboard the Summit. We always bring it with us, but will be flying this time. If we take it we will have to check-in a bag, if not we can probably get everything in our carryon bags. 

 

 

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There are no special rules for Downy Wrinkle Release.....it's like any other liquid.

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 Another option is to bring an empty spray bottle and dryer sheets with you. Once you get onboard (or to a pre-cruise hotel) fold a dryer sheet and put it in the bottle, then add water. Shake a bit, and you've got wrinkle release spray, without taking up any of your limited liquids capacity. We bought a set of empty travel containers at Target that included a spray bottle. It worked very well for us.

 

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You can buy travel size bottles that are 3 oz and can be packed in your carryon. 

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6 minutes ago, Slakes said:

You can buy travel size bottles that are 3 oz and can be packed in your carryon. 

 

Where?  We’ve been looking and couldn’t find them. 

 

6 minutes ago, WestLakeGirl said:

It is not available for sale on the ship

 

Thanks!  We will need to work around that one way or another. 

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8 minutes ago, NCteacherlovescruising said:

Where?  We’ve been looking and couldn’t find them. 

Walmart and Amazon both sell the 3 oz bottle.

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I have never seen Downy Wrinkle Release for sale on any Celebrity ship.

 

Yesterday I was grocery shopping which included re-stocking some travel items.  Our Fred Meyer (think Kroger) had travel sized Downy Wrinkle Release in their travel toiletries section.

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38 minutes ago, NCteacherlovescruising said:

I’m referring to our flight. 

and that's what I answered....it is like any other liquid.....standard TSA rules apply...3.4 oz bottle max.....and all bottles of liquids must fit in a clear 1 quart bag.....and 1 bag maximum per person.

 

Not always strictly enforced, but those are the rules.....  

 

 

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6 minutes ago, ghstudio said:

and that's what I answered....it is like any other liquid.....standard TSA rules apply...3.4 oz bottle max.....and all bottles of liquids must fit in a clear 1 quart bag.....and 1 bag maximum per person.

 

Not always strictly enforced, but those are the rules.....  

 

 

 

My question asked if anyone had bought it on the Summit.  I think maybe you misread it. No biggie. Now that I know it’s available on Amazon, we’ve already purchased travel size bottles. We were thinking we would have to Check-in a bag on the flight because we had t found any travel sized bottles. 

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I know you have already ordered, but for future reference, we always find the travel sized bottles in Walmart, Kroger, and sometimes Target in the section of the store with baskets of travel-sized items.  In addition, I have also bought, labeled, and filled empty 3 ounce spray bottles with whatever liquid I wanted to carry on a flight. Have a great cruise!

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1 hour ago, NCteacherlovescruising said:

 

Where?  We’ve been looking and couldn’t find them. 

 

 

Thanks!  We will need to work around that one way or another. 

 

Try Amazon-

https://www.amazon.com/Downy-Wrinkle-Releaser-Travel-Accessories/dp/B01CKM5RUS/ref=sr_1_7?crid=17MKJZQC76WA5&keywords=downey+wrinkle+release+spray&qid=1566686323&s=gateway&sprefix=downey+wrin%2Caps%2C208&sr=8-7

 

 

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1 hour ago, MamaFej said:

 Another option is to bring an empty spray bottle and dryer sheets with you. Once you get onboard (or to a pre-cruise hotel) fold a dryer sheet and put it in the bottle, then add water. Shake a bit, and you've got wrinkle release spray, without taking up any of your limited liquids capacity. We bought a set of empty travel containers at Target that included a spray bottle. It worked very well for us.

 

Very clever.  But I am concerned about using it on some fabrics.  I don't know what is in Downy Wrinkle release, but I do know that for some fabrics (particularly some fabric blends) fabric softener accidentally spilled directly on clothes (that is, when putting it into the washing machine) can leave staining.  Have you ever had any issues with this?

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4 minutes ago, phoenix_dream said:

Very clever.  But I am concerned about using it on some fabrics.  I don't know what is in Downy Wrinkle release, but I do know that for some fabrics (particularly some fabric blends) fabric softener accidentally spilled directly on clothes (that is, when putting it into the washing machine) can leave staining.  Have you ever had any issues with this?

We haven't had any issues. It's pretty well diluted.

I cannot take any credit for the idea, I've seen it here on Cruise Critic a couple of times. 

Our last trip involved flying, cruising, flying, flying, then cruising again before flying home. It was so nice to be able to meet the liquids requirement, have what I needed, and still not have to check a bag. 

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2 hours ago, NCteacherlovescruising said:

Has anyone bought Downy Wrinkle Release aboard the Summit.

 

Tami - you can use some of mine.  

 

Sue

 

 

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52 minutes ago, MamaFej said:

We haven't had any issues. It's pretty well diluted.

I cannot take any credit for the idea, I've seen it here on Cruise Critic a couple of times. 

Our last trip involved flying, cruising, flying, flying, then cruising again before flying home. It was so nice to be able to meet the liquids requirement, have what I needed, and still not have to check a bag. 

 

If we can avoid the hassle of checking a bag that would be great!  

 

9 minutes ago, SuzeCruz1 said:

 

Tami - you can use some of mine.  

 

Sue

 

 

 

Thanks! That’s very kind of you!  If 6 oz isn’t enough I may take you up on that!  Although we could always send some out for pressing. 

 

Just reading some more on this. Even shaving gel falls into this. And aerosols. 😐  

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Three oz or less......toothpaste, mouthwash, shampoo, conditioner, hand lotion, shaving cream, body wash gel, hair spray, cologne, face cream, liquid foundation makeup, moisturizer, body butter, decongestant spray, saline solution for contact lenses, eyedrops, moisturizer, sun block, insect repellant spray, cough medicine, antibacterial cream and ointment, they all count.......

 

There are exceptions for presription medicines in tge original packaging with the pharmacy label and doctor’s rx

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31 minutes ago, WestLakeGirl said:

Three oz or less......toothpaste, mouthwash, shampoo, conditioner, hand lotion, shaving cream, body wash gel, hair spray, cologne, face cream, liquid foundation makeup, moisturizer, body butter, decongestant spray, saline solution for contact lenses, eyedrops, moisturizer, sun block, insect repellant spray, cough medicine, antibacterial cream and ointment, they all count.......

 

There are exceptions for presription medicines in tge original packaging with the pharmacy label and doctor’s rx

 

Toothpaste?  That’s not a liquid, gel, or aerosol. They make it extremely difficult to fly without checking in a bag. I didn’t realize lotions were included either. 

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Liquids, aerosols, gels, creams, pastes

 

many large grocery stores and drugstores stock travel sizes of commonly used items, all 3 oz. or less.

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Another solution for wrinkled clothes is to hang them inthe bathroom when you shower.

 

Downey Wrinkle Remover is a great product we have never had any problems with it.

 

Another product along Downey is Day2:

 

https://day2.com/

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You may not be allowed to take the liquids through security / passport control, but you can buy most things at the shops air side, albeit at a higher cost tham

n you normally buy it for. However they do not stock Downey!

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