leaking lube bottle while traveling on plane?

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  1. 191440619

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    Does anyone else have the problem of a leaking lube bottle (particularly Astroglide) when you travel? I put it in with all my other toiletries in a clear ziplock bag (for security), and it always seems to leak all over the bag. Suggestions?
     
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    There is a company called "The Container Store" that sells a plastic bottle in various sizes that is guaranteed not to leak on the plane. You can probably get in on line.
     
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    Forget the lube. USE SPIT !!!!
     
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    You could always put your lube in its own ziplock bag inside the one with your toiletries in it, you know, double bagging.
     
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    You could always buy some when you get there rather then taking it with you
     
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    Great suggestions above! I'll have to make note (though I've never used Astroglide). Do they make a warming version like the KY?
     
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    you could always try unscrewing the cap, covering the bottle opening with a small bit of plastic wrap (enough for a cm or two overage on all sides) and then screwing down the cap. the overage should catch in the threads, sealing the top of the bottle tightly.
     
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