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  • Beth Swan

    Make Your Own Shapeable Ice Pack | One Good Thing by Jillee Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it. You can use vodka instead. Try adding food coloring for color choice.

  • Nancy Durham-Hinkle

    "I tell all my patients this at physical therapy! Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it. every athlete (or mom) should pin this!" I remembered this from my physical therapist but forgot the ratios...nkh

  • Morgan Lowry

    I just heard about this at physical therapy! Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it. every athlete (or mom) should pin this! Add food coloring

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I tell all my patients this at physical therapy! Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it. every athlete (or mom) should pin this!

Homemade ice packs -1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it.

To make your own shapeable ice pack: Mix 1 part rubbing alcohol with 3 parts water in a ziploc bag and put in the freezer. (The alcohol will prevent the water from freezing completely.) When it’s frozen, wrap with a towel or cloth of some sort and apply. Tip: If the mixture freezes too hard, just add a little more alcohol. If it’s too slushy, add a little more water.

Homemade Ice Pack: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water. Gets very cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it.

I tell all my patients this at physical therapy! Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it. every athlete (or mom) should pin this!

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Homemade Ice packs: 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water, gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it.

How to Make a Homemade Ice Pack - with an athlete daughter I'm always reaching for an ice pack - mix 1 part rubbing alcohol and 3 parts water in a zip lock baggie - freeze until slushy - this will never get solid, just a slushy consistency so it can be molded to the area that needs the treatment - works great and is very handy!

1 part of rubbing alcohol and 3 parts of water gets cold but never hardens.

Homemade Shape-able Ice Packs ~ These are great! I love them and you can use them for all sort of injuries. 1 part rubbing alcohol to 3 parts water! It gets really cold, but never hardens so you can manipulate it. Every athlete (or mom) should know this! Tip from physical therapy that really works! ♥