My mother is using a old sock with rice if anyone knows please let me know thank you.
I googled this as my old gift bean? I made one tonight with dried great northern white beans and added 2 mint tea bags into a tube sock.
Channels for bigger bags really help prevent filling sagging at one end. And i just LOVE cotton yarn. I put them in a separate glass bowl and again heated them in the microwave for 2 minutes.
What kind of herbs, How much, and do you use dry or oils? There are precausions you should take. I heated beans in the microwave for two and a half minutes, then put them in one of those thick ice packs with the lid.
Pick a durable cotton for your bean bag. I have found that a new bandana also works if you can or like to sew. I was introduced to these in 1993 during a very bad time with ruptured disc.
Close this dialog to confirm you are happy with that. Your might want to ck to see if they still have them.
You MUST be careful not to get them too hot or they can burn your skin if you do not test them first before wrapping them on. But having a glass of water heating in the microwave with the bag will keep things moist enough so it helps prevent the filler from drying out too quickly and sparking.
I have some essential oils I like. My kids are like yours constantly using an ice bag for minor boo boos.
Have I used the right corn. I bought one at a boutique and it opened up after only about 2 weeks of use. I loved them. Good Luck. I have a 800W micro and found it takes about four blast at 30 sec each to heat comfortabally.
Any idea what is the best filler for keeping cold? Bought one as a gift about 5yrs ago and recently, saw the same thing in a store last month. I know I can make that much cheeper and so that is my next project.
You can find them at any pet store. Heating pads are my backs Best Friend these days.