Our six week trip this year to Greece brought us home with 11 Kilos or approximately 24lbs. of sea glass.
As the photos show, I bring the sea glass back in plastic bags and then roll them in bubble wrap and neatly put them in my checked bag. I have a rule with our Greek travels. Since we own a flat whatever I bring to Greece stays in Greece, so this gives me the luxury of returning with an empty suitcase.
After unpacking the glass see our photos, I fill a small bucket with plain white vinegar the cheaper the better, and a small amount of warm water and whatever dish detergent you prefer. I allow it to soak for about an hour or so, I then rinse it with warm water and we are ready to start the tedious process of sorting, a great Winter project. Note that I do the soaking in small batches, as I like to sort my sea glass wet, and I use a white towel and plenty of good light as this will help to show the true colors of the sea glass. As in the past I confused many red with brown only to find them later mixed in.
I will have more photos in a few days of my progress.