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Carry on liquid limit

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I've flown a lot in recent years but I've always checked a bag and not worried about carry on liquid limits. At $50 round trip I decided to carry on all my luggage for a Seattle-Miami trip in June. I understand that all of the liquids must fit into a quart sized bag and must close all the way. I was wondering if I was free to cram as many liquids into that bag as I could fit, even if they're stacked on top of each other, as long as it closes? I did a trial run and everything fits but it's bulgy, sorta' round. It still closes just fine however!

Also, is Old Spice deodorant (solid stick) considered a liquid or a gel? The TSA website doesn't do a very good job at explaining what is and isn't a liquid/gel.

I currently don't have the deodorant in the bag.

Also, what about chapstick in solid form? I always have a Burts Bee's chapstick in my pocket.

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