I’m a travel expert – here’s why you should NEVER use the hotel iron while you’re on holiday

A TRAVEL expert has revealed the shocking reason you should never use the hotel iron in your room.

influencers @safaratravels publishes videos with advice and insights into chic hotels around the world.

Travel expert @safaratravels explained to viewers why they should avoid the iron in their hotel room


Travel expert @safaratravels explained to viewers why they should avoid the iron in their hotel roomPhoto credit: tiktok.com/@safaratravels

In the clip, titled “Travel Mistakes You Probably Didn’t Know, Part 2,” Safara admits that while it’s “beautiful and practical,” guests should avoid the iron provided in their room like the plague.

“Don’t use the iron provided in the hotel room, especially if you’re wearing nice clothes with it,” she warns.

“Hotel irons aren’t cleaned between room changes, so you might leave something really bad behind from the previous guest.”

Content creator Safara also slammed a bizarre new trend that sees visitors attempting to prepare foods like pizza and quesadillas on set.

Rather, Safara proposed an alternative to the oxidized additive, as well as a proven way to test iron cleanliness.

She continued, “Instead, consider steaming your clothes while you shower.”

“Or if you really need the iron, try a wet towel before using it on your clothes.”

Most notably, users who flocked to the comments were horrified at the use of an iron as a cooking utensil.

“Iron Mac and Cheese?!” asked one?

Another agreed: “There’s a trend of cooking food on the iron???”

“No way!!!”

It comes after a travel guru revealed the smart hotel tricks she swears by when on vacation.

Samantha Brown has visited at least 62 countries over the course of her illustrious career as a television presenter.

Elsewhere, another expert revealed that the best time for holidaymakers is to head out, grab a sun lounger and rest at the same time.

Every summer, people get up as early as possible to compete against others for their place at the pool.

The influencer instead suggested steaming clothes in the bathroom


The influencer instead suggested steaming clothes in the bathroomPhoto credit: tiktok.com/@safaratravels

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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