Can I Pack Aerosols in My Suitcase?

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Aerosol and other as filled items can be put in your suitcase while flying. It is advisable to spray some of the can’s contents to release pressure within the container.
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The maximum amount of aerosols one is allowed to carry inside his/her hand language to a plane is 100 millilitres, which is roughly 3 ounces. Any larger aerosols ...
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