Staying fresh while traveling is a must, and keeping your clothes clean and smelling great is the best way to do it. Use these seven picks to keep your clothes fresh and clean when you're on the go.

#1 Scrubba Portable Laundry System Wash Bag

If you’re heading to London you probably don’t need to invest in a bag for washing your laundry, but if you’re headed on an adventure in the mountains or camping? This bag is perfect. You can fully wash, rinse, and dry your clothes with the Scrubba Portable Laundry System. It’s only 5 oz., too, so it will stow away pretty easily when not in use.

#2 Sneaker Balls

Fresh shoes can make all the difference when you travel. Make sure to pick up a pair of sneaker balls for your hiking or walking shoes—you don’t want to pack smelly sneakers. Pack some spares for the return trip, too.

#3 Yamiu Shoe Bags

These bags are great for keeping your shoes separated from the rest of the clothes in your luggage. You don’t want to arrive with dirt stains on all your clothes.

#4 Febreeze To-Go

If your clothes smell a little off before or when you arrive, having a little Febreeze is can save the day. It’s also a good tool to have against the smell of old hotel comforters and couches.

#5 Tide to Go Pens

Pack a few Tide to Go pens in your carry-on to avoid unwanted stains at your destination. These pens are ideal for cleaning up quick stains when you don’t have time to change or wash your clothes.

#6 Lewis N. Clark Wrinkle Wiz TSA-Compliant Wrinkle Remover Spray

On a short trip—business or leisure—you might not have time to iron your dress shirt before heading out. This spray is a good alternative. Just a quick spritz and it will help with any annoying wrinkles.

#7 Lewis N. Clark Woolite Travel Laundry Kit

Turn your bathroom or kitchen sink into a quick place to wash up your clothes with the Lewis N. Clark Woolite Travel Laundry Kit. It comes with a sink stopper and eight packets of Woolite.

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