Recently, Twitter user Rick Klau shared the hotel hack that has "improved every night [he's] spent in a hotel." Rick Klau @rklau I don't remember who posted this on Twitter a few years ago, but whoever you are: you have improved every night I've spent in a hotel since. 03:43 AM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite Which has led to the rest of Twitter sharing some of their tips. Here are some of the best ones: 1. If the hangers in your room don't have clips on them, you can use a clip from a hotel pen: John Fein @johnfein @rklau I use the clip on the hotel pen but the hanger looks more effective! 👍 03:57 AM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 2. And if you want to be prepared, just in case, you can bring along some binder clips with you: Tom Jensen Photos @tomjensenphoto @rklau 2 or 3 binder clips stay in my luggage permanently for this very reason. 04:32 AM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 3. Use a chair to block excessive A/C: Joe C 🇺🇸 @_j_o_e @rklau @coinaday1 And put the chair back in front of the A/C to stop it blowing directly on you. 07:20 AM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 4. Use a shower cap (or an ice bucket bag) to cover the TV remote: la espooky 👻🎃 @melmor86 @rklau Best hotel hack: instead of touching the disgusting tv remote, wrap it in the shower cap! 06:09 AM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 5. Use a paper cup to fashion your own toothbrush holder so it doesn't touch the sink counter: Eva Fox 🦊 @EvaFoxU @elonmusk @rklau 05:03 PM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 6. Use any sort of card to keep the power on while you're out for the day (in case you need to charge something): Jay Harris @JayHarris_Sec @rklau If we're posting hotel tricks, not many people realise you can use any card to keep the power on 04:35 PM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 7. Use the dry cleaning bag in your closet for dirty or wet clothes: Liberty 🍑🆘 @LibertySJustice @rklau My hack is to use the bag hanging in the closet (that is there for dry cleaning) for dirty clothes or anything that might be wet or leak when packing to leave. 04:10 PM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 8. Use a wet towel to act as a humidifier in your dry room: Aaron B 🇨🇦🏴 @steamin @rklau Soak a towel. Wring it a little tight so it’s not pouring off the towel. Hang it over the ironing board in front of the vent/heater. No more dry hotel room. 02:23 PM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 9. Bring a LAN cable to utilize faster internet: MapleOne @IndignantBacon @rklau @MarilynLouiseH1 I always bring a 10' LAN cable and plug my laptop directly into the wireless router. 05:02 AM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 10. Use some tape to stop the light from the smoke detector interrupting your sleep: Alan Cruickshank @Crooked50 @rklau @plalor 09:21 AM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 11. Don't want to pay for water from your mini fridge? See if the hotel gym as any: Nate Williams @naywilliams @rklau Total travel cheat code along with grabbing free waters at the hotel gym. Gotta follow @thepointsguy 03:47 AM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 12. Use the ironing board as an extra adjustable desk: Alistair Croll @acroll @rklau Brilliant. My favorite hotel hack: Your ironing board is an adjustable height desk. Since the chairs are never the right height, use the ironing board for long hotel work. 03:46 AM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 13. Annoyed by a lack of outlets? Bring an outlet surge protector with you: Ocho @BigMikeyOcho @virrindra @matrat103 @MichaelHeide @vinylrabbit @rklau So this leads to my own travelling lifehack: pack a multiple outlet surge protector, preferably with a long cable. Never run out of outlets again. 01:18 PM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 14. Or if you want something a little smaller, you can bring a power splitter: Sanho Tree @SanhoTree @rklau I always travel with a power splitter so I never have to chose between unplugging the lamp or the clock. 02:01 PM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 15. Use a hanger and the shower door to steam your clothing: Chris Spencer @DrCSpencer @rklau @KeithRParsons My hotel hack is hang your shirt up on a coat hanger on the back of the shower door. The steam will help the creases fall out from it being in your case. 05:57 AM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 16. When you arrive, ask the front desk for extra coffee pods — they'll probably have them: 🅲🅷🅸🅿 🅱🆁🅾🆆🅽 @ChipBrown @rklau On multi-day stays, ask for extra coffee pods when you check in, then you don’t have to call down for them on your second morning. 02:31 PM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite 17. And finally, ask the front desk if there are any extra phone chargers in their lost and found: Rabbit @vinylrabbit @rklau My hotel hack is if you ever need an extra phone charger ask the front desk if they found one. They have a box full. 04:30 AM - 04 Oct 2019 Reply Retweet Favorite What are some of your favorite hotel hacks? Share them in the comments below!