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    • Linda Holland

      DIY Homemade Icepack - *2 cups water *1/3 cup rubbing alcohol or 80% alcohol (vodka) *Zipper- top plastic bag Combine water and alcohol in a zipper-top bag. Seal top and freeze. The alcohol keeps it from freezing solid and creates a gel-like ice pack.

    • monstrmama

      homemade ice packs 2- cups of water 1/3- cup (80%) rubbing alcohol zip-top plastic bag Combine water and alcohol in a zipper-top bag. Seal top and freeze. The alcohol keeps it from freezing solid and creates a gel-like ice pack. You can add food coloring to the water to your liking for something different. Be sure to label your bag so you know what it is. Contents are not to be swallowed.

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    gredients: 1/4 cup Dawn dish soap 1 cup Rubbing alcohol 2 cups water Quart Ziplock bags or use your Foodsaver machine Remember there are 4 cups in a quart  so there will be room to close the ziplock bag easily. Add water and rubbing alcohol first. Then add the dish soap.

    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.

    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!

    Homemade Icepacks. use plain Dawn....it doesn't freeze totally solid but like those gel packs you can buy where you contour them to your body.

    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!

    Homemade Ice Pack - this is awesome! I tried it out today and it works great!

    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! ♥