Smell-proof bags are a convenient and affordable way to carry herbs, medicines, spices, food items, cannabis, and other toiletries. These bags have superior locking systems and come with divider pockets to keep your products organized.
Look for a bag that has five to eight layers of odor-blocking protection and passes the dog test. Also, make sure the bags have durable and airtight dual zippers and a built-in combination lock.
Organize Your Toiletries
Keeping toiletries organized helps you find them faster, and keeps them clean. Storing your toiletries in a haphazard fashion can create a mess and allow bacteria to settle, so take the time to organize them before packing.
Aside from reducing clutter and making it easier to keep your toiletries clean, an organized kit can also help you avoid the hassle of rushed bathroom routines and missed flights.
Organize your toiletries by category before you put them in storage. For example, makeup should be stored separately from hair supplies and towels. A shallow tray is a great way to corral makeup and containers, and can also be used as a display for cotton swabs and other toiletries. Small jars and glass canisters are also handy for storing toiletries like nail polish and lipstick. If you’re short on space, a side table can be a great place to store towels, toilet paper and extra supplies. And, a closet rod can be a good spot for storing hanging items like blow dryers and straighteners.
Keep Your Toiletries Clean
There are many factors that contribute to the spread of germs, but cross-contamination is a common cause. When a person touches something that has germs on it and then reaches into their mouth, eyes or nose, they get infected. This is often why it’s so important for cleaning staff to take cross-contamination prevention seriously.
One of the most effective ways to do this is by implementing a color-coded microfiber towel system that outlines which towels should be used in each area of a facility. For example, a restroom should use colored towels to clean toilets and sinks, while other surfaces can be cleaned with white microfiber towels.
This toiletry bag by Enjoy Native is made with high-quality soft and padded fabric for optimum protection, along with watertight and airtight seals. The zippers are strong and reliable, and there are dual inner divider mesh pockets for more organization. It also features a triple-digit combination lock and silicon waterproof seal, ensuring that your items will be safe and secure.
The airtight seal of Smell proof bags prevents the escape of odor molecules, keeping your products fresh and ensuring their integrity. They also block odors from other products within the same bag, such as foods and spices. Some smell proof bags use activated carbon to create a barrier of odors, while others use polymer-based materials for added strength and odor-blocking power.
Ordinary sandwich bags, like Ziploc and Glad, are not designed to be odor-proof. To test an odor-proof bag, one gloved investigator would hold open each study bag and another would drop in the scent packet. Four sniffer dogs were then used to search the bags for scents.
The Enjoy Native smell proof bag has superior activated carbon lining with millions of micro pockets that absorb odors twice as fast as other brands. The bag is waterproof and includes a three-digit built-in combination lock. It is perfect for storing medicines, spices, herbs, cannabis, and cigars. It is also easy to use and has configurable inner dividers for greater space.
Keep Your Toiletries Fresh
Whether it’s cosmetics or food, cross-contamination is bad news. It can lead to diarrhea, stomach cramps and nausea. It can also cause life-threatening illnesses for people with sensitive immune systems. And it can cost a restaurant its reputation, as well as its business.
Preventing cross-contamination starts with the basics, like proper handwashing and food preparation techniques. Keep raw foods and their juices separate from ready-to-eat foods and utensils, as well as clean and dirty equipment. Use separate cutting boards for different kinds of foods. Thoroughly wash and sterilize utensils after each use. Avoid using the same spoon to taste and stir foods while cooking them.
It’s also important to keep track of expiration dates and throw out expired products. Foundations and concealers, for example, should be tossed every six months to a year. And powder-based makeup needs to be tossed every two to three years. Having a toiletry bag with plenty of pockets and compartments is also essential.