Is it a liquid????

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  1. cinderwannabe

    cinderwannabe Mouseketeer

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    Am I able to bring wet wipes in a carry on?

    What about an aersol hairspray can (under 3oz of course!)???
     
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  3. Carriemel

    Carriemel Emma Clare's Mommy

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    Both are perfectly fine. Wet wipes don't even have to be taken out of your bag. The hair spray, however, needs to be in your quart-size ziploc baggie.
     
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  5. dburg30

    dburg30 Ferb, I know what we're going to do today! Yes, I

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    Aerosol hairspray you may want to check, I thought there used to be something about if it was flamable it wasnt allowed in checked or carry on.. :confused3 I could be wrong, it appears the TSA has changed their site recently.
     
  6. Carriemel

    Carriemel Emma Clare's Mommy

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    I work for TSA, and hair spray is perfectly fine to go into carry on baggage.
     
  7. SGB13

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    Someone told me you could now carry on full size contact lens saline bottles. Anyone know for sure? TIA
     
  8. SueM in MN

    SueM in MN combining the teacups with a roller coaster Moderator

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    it should fall under the 'saline for medical purposes' about 1/3 of the way down on this page from the TSA website.
     
  9. crashbb

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    It is fine (or at least I've always found it fine). You do need to show it to the TSA agent though. I just take out my 3-1-1 baggie, plus any medical stuff (including the saline) and show it all to the TSA person. If you put it in your 3-1-1 baggie it has to be less than 3oz.
     
  10. parmtoo

    parmtoo Buzz & Woody's Gram

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    Does make-up need to be in a ziplock? I can't remember. I mean foundation.
     
  11. crashbb

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    If it is liquid (as opposed to powder) then yes it does. As does lipstick and mascara.
     

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