Wrinkled Shirts… a Travel Tip

This post is totally not tech related.  Sorry...

For some reason, hotels in Europe do not seem to have irons in the room.  This is just super when you are on the second leg of a trip, and your clothes are starting to look a lot like this:


If I was smart, I would pick up a travel iron, but in a pinch here's a trick.  Put the wrinkled shirts on hangers, hang them up on the towel rack in the bathroom, shut the door, and then take a really long, really hot shower.  The steam will take care of most of the wrinkles, so that it will not look like you are living out of your suitcase (even if you are!)

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