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    Default quick tip: Enclosed-blade letter openers for diaper removal

    A quick tip, especially for those who use duct tape or other reinforcing tapes, or who are concerned about stealthy changes: Try using an enclosed-blade letter opener/slitter like this one to cut the tapes. Since the blade is enclosed, there is no risk of getting cut. Some have plastic points, so stabbing might still happen. They are available at office supply stores for a couple bucks.

    Tsa.gov doesn't have an office supplies section on their website, so I'm unsure whether the TSA will let them on flights. The seem less deadly than staplers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by BitterGrey View Post
    A quick tip, especially for those who use duct tape or other reinforcing tapes, or who are concerned about stealthy changes: Try using an enclosed-blade letter opener/slitter like this one to cut the tapes. Since the blade is enclosed, there is no risk of getting cut. Some have plastic points, so stabbing might still happen. They are available at office supply stores for a couple bucks.

    Tsa.gov doesn't have an office supplies section on their website, so I'm unsure whether the TSA will let them on flights. The seem less deadly than staplers...
    You might lose a few hairs, too!

    As for TSA, I would say anything sharp, enclosed or not, would not be allowed on carry on.

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