Can I Bring insect repellent wipes on Plane ?

If you’re traveling to a country or region with many mosquitoes and want to know if you can bring insect repellent wipes, the answer is “YES.” TSA allows it. TSA support confirmed this for someone who inquired.

We will show the details in this article and also talk about the rules that regulate traveling with it in other types and even insecticides.

Insect Repellent Wipes

NOTICE: This article is intended for people traveling to or within the United States of America.In fact, the information I’m presenting here is based on guidelines from the Transportation Security Administration (TSA). It’s the agency that has authority over the security of the traveling public in the United States, and its rules apply whether you’re flying into, within, or out of the U.S.

What does TSA say about traveling with insect repellent wipes on a plane?

There is no specific information about traveling with a insect repellent wipes on the TSA website, but someone asked this question on ‘X’, and AskTSA support confirmed that it is allowed to travel with it in both carry-on and checked baggage.

Here is the tweet :

But, if it is in aerosol form, restrictions apply: the total aggregate quantity per person cannot exceed 2 kg (70 ounces) or 2 L (68 fluid ounces). The capacity of each container must not exceed 0.5 kg (18 ounces) or 500 ml (17 fluid ounces). These are FAA regulations.

Here is the rule :

TSA Bug Repellent rules

If you want to travel with “insecticide” the rules completely differ especially when they are labelled as “hazardous material” where they are not accepted even in checked baggage.

Here is the rule :

TSA aerosol insecticide rules

What about the rules for your destination?

Scroll through the list below to see if your destination has any restrictions for travelers. There is also other important information available, such as visa requirements and places to visit:


You can also get additional information about your destination: Customs, Currency & Airport Tax regulations by visiting the IATA Travel Center

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This page was created on October 31, 2023, based on TSA guidelines for these kinds of items. We will keep you updated if there are any changes to this rule.For the most current guidelines, we recommend:

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