This is to drip dry your hand washed items, like sweaters. This is never happening. You are never using this.
Again.. not happening. If at some point you need an iron, borrow one from someone down the hall.
The problem with a bar of soap is that it has to be kept in a case…which then gets wet and slimy and leaks all over everything. Bring liquid soap in a bottle.
There’s really no good place to put a wet, now dirty germ filled sponge after you use it. Go with disinfectant cleaning wipes instead.
Remember whiteout? Some major retailers actually have this item on their “what to bring to college” list. No one has used whiteout since 1999.
Most people use the alarm on their cellphones.
Not necessary. If you do happen to get sick, there are drugstores. Don’t stock up on this stuff.
No blenders, frying pans, can openers, cooking utensils, plates, dishes, silverware that must be washed after use.Unless you know that your dorm room has a kitchen and you absolutely love to cook, do not bring any of this. There is not really any cooking going on in dorm rooms. Except for the occasional bowl of Ramen Noodles.
You might need one, but you won’t know until you get there. Wait on this.
If you love to brew your own coffee, do what you need to do, but for the most part a hot water kettle, a mug and individual packs of ramen, coffee, tea or hot chocolate should be good.