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sponge ice pack we use this at our house and they use it at Westons Daycare. No water all over the place and it the kids open the bag it can be stuck in the microwave to sterolize
HOW TO MAKE YOUR OWN ICE PACK --- Choose a Ziploc bag in the size of your choice. Fill the bag halfway or 3/4 full with dish soap. Double or triple the bags to prevent leaks. Freeze. The liquid will get cold without getting hard allowing you to mold around the area needing icing.
DIY Icepacks for the lunchbag. Having an ice pack for your lunch is a great idea when it comes to keeping cold things cold, but did you know you can make them yourself? They're ridiculously easy, inexpensive, and easy to reuse in your kitchen if their services are no longer needed. Trust us, your fresh salad or tuna sandwich will thank you!
Best Family Posts - Week Ending 08/01 with Linky
Someday, I will go off the granola deep-end and insist we live chemical-free. Organic food, using glass instead of plastic, and insisting we only clean with what we can make ourselves. These soaps may be the first step. So pretty and I bet they smell wonderful.