There are strict regulations surrounding what you can and cannot pack in your carry-on and checked luggage. Whether you’re planning for a long weekend in Austin or you’re jetting off on a two-week romp through Asia, you want to make sure you meet these rules so you don’t find yourself held up at airport security. To ease the stress of packing — and make your next airport experience a little less stressful — the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) shared the top five items they get asked about the most in a recent blog post. From razors to deodorant, here’s what they want you to know when you plan to bring these must-have travel items on vacation. According to the TSA, certain types of razors are permitted on board while others are not. Disposable razors, replacement blades, and electric razors can go in either your carry-on or checked baggage; if you have a safety or straight razor, you can pack it in your carry-on — but you must remove the blades first and pack them in one of your checked bags. Luckily, in our tech-centered age, you can pack a wide range of batteries and battery chargers in your carry-on bag. TSA allows dry cell alkaline (e.g. ...