There is a secret cabinet on planes which passengers may not realise exists, and is where you can find a number of emergency products during a flight.
Joselin Lora, who works as a cabin services worker for Delta, revealed how you can find it next time you fly.
Sharing the secret on her TikTok account, she explained the little cabinet can be found in the bathroom.
To find it, you’ll have to take a closer look at the mirror.
She explained: “For those who fly Delta, especially the ladies, on some planes there’s a button under the mirror where if you press it, it’ll open.
“And in the mirror you will find amenities of your needs like a pad.”
A flight attendant revealed how to find the secret cupboard.Source:Supplied
Passengers can find a secret cupboard on flights with all kinds of free products.Source:Supplied
Inside the cabinet is usually sanitary pads, tissues, paper bags and hand lotion refills.
She added that on other planes, it is a “pull out box on the walls”.
Female passengers who may be too embarrassed to ask for feminine products can instead find them for themselves if they need them during a flight.
Joselin’s video has since been watched more than 3 million times, with TikTok users praising the good advice.
Lots of social media users said they wish they had known this earlier, with many saying they had to resort to using toilet paper when they started their period during a flight.
Another person said: “I’ve flown Delta so many times and never knew this.”
Next time you go into a plane bathroom, take a closer look at the mirror.Source:Alamy
Some people said this wasn’t for passengers, and that travellers should ask as you are “not supposed to do that on your own”, although Joselin said it wasn’t true as they “always have extra”.
Despite this, another person who said their mum worked for Delta told her they are all binned if not used, so it is better to use them instead.
It isn’t the only secret trick for plane bathrooms – with a switch underneath the door sign able to open the door from the outside in an emergency.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was reproduced with permission
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