DIY: HEATING PAD

April 20, 2016

I use this heating pad for EVERYTHING—cramps, backaches, you name it! The good thing is that I can reuse it as many times as I want!

 

What You'll Need: 

-Rice OR flax seed

-A sock/towel/patterned garment

-Optional: sewing needle and string

 

 

How To Make It:

1. Fill a long, clean sock with uncooked rice OR flax seed (flax seed stays warm longer). 

2. Leave some space in the sock so that the grains have room to move around.

3. Tie the open end of the sock with string, simply tie the sock in a knot or sew the sock closed.

4. Heat: Put the rice-filled sock in the microwave for 3 minutes.

5. Chill: Put the rice-filled sock in the freezer for 30 minutes -1 hour.

 

Optional: Use a patterned garment instead of a sock and sew it closed for a more attractive appearance

 

Please Note: If you are applying the heating pad to your skin I recommend adding a protective layer first so that you do not burn your skin. For example, a towel, or an old t-shirt. 

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