MacGyver-Approved "I always pack a roll of duct tape. In addition to being handy as a family-luggage identifier (put a colorful strip on the outside of everyone’s bags), it’s perfect for baby-proofing a hotel room. I use it to tie up loose curtain and electrical cords, patch sharp corners, keep drawers closed, and cover outlets." --Pamm McFadden, Boulder, Colo. Budget Travel Wednesday, Oct 22, 2008, 8:00 AM Budget Travel LLC, 2016
 

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"I always pack a roll of duct tape. In addition to being handy as a family-luggage identifier (put a colorful strip on the outside of everyone’s bags), it’s perfect for baby-proofing a hotel room. I use it to tie up loose curtain and electrical cords, patch sharp corners, keep drawers closed, and cover outlets." Pamm McFadden, Boulder, Colo.

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