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DIY Homemade Icepack

DIY Homemade Icepack

DIY Homemade Icepack - cups water cup rubbing alcohol or 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.

Make your own cold pack using a ziploc bag, dawn dish soap, and rubbing alcohol- same as the cold packs bought in store!

DIY Ice Packs

Homemade ice pack: 1 quart size Ziploc Freezer bag (Double zip will protect best against leaks) / 1 - 9 oz bottle dish soap / cup rubbing alcohol

No bags of peas or frozen steaks needed!   I have found a perfect pin to make some homemade ice packs.   Your summer injuries (or diet ...

No bags of peas or frozen steaks needed! I have found a perfect pin to make some homemade ice packs. Your summer injuries (or diet .

My youngest child re-injured his previously dislocated knee cap a couple of days ago attempting to do 6 backflips in a row on a trampoline! “Mother Of The Year” here forgot to have him wear his knee brace for his “Big Air” tumbling class. (A professional snowboarder comes in and teaches the boys how to …

How To Make Your Own Shapeable Ice Pack For Pennies

Rubbing Alcohol as Ice Pack! To improvise an extra ice pack, mix one part rubbing alcohol with three parts water and freeze in a zippered plastic bag. Might want to double bag that puppy .

Here are a few different options for having ice packs and bags on hand for first aid as well as frugal ideas for keeping your lunchbags and camping coolers nice and chilled.

DIY Gel Ice Pack ~ (Need to try this soon) Liquid Dish Detergent + Ziploc Freezer Bag (double bag as extra insurance against leaks) ~ Squirt liquid dish detergent in a ziploc bag until the bag is to full, seal and freeze. re-freeze-able.

Learn this chip bag fold and you will never need a clamp ever again! You learn something new every day on Pinterest! - Click image to find more DIY & Crafts Pinterest pins

CHIP BAG FOLD and you will never need a clamp ever again! Have you ever had a bag of unfinished potato chips which you want to keep fresh? These simple steps will allow you to close the potato chip bag without using a clip. Just use this origami fold.

Have you ever got injured, and prefered not to a bag of peas of piece of uncooked meat to soothe your pain? Fear no more, this instructable for…

How to Make a Gel Ice Pack

DIY Boo-Boo Ice pack~combine 9 oz bottle dish soap, cup rubbing alcohol in quart size double zip FREEZER bag and freeze. **The bag should be no more than of the way full.

Easy homemade ice pack = rubbing alcohol + any brand liquid dish soap.

DIY Ice Pack

1 cup dish soap cup rubbing alcohol Easy homemade ice pack = rubbing alcohol + any brand liquid dish soap.

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5 Ways to Make Homemade Ice Packs

Learn how to make easy and cheap homemade ice packs using common household ingredients.

Homemade Gel-pack: 2 cups of dish soap & 1 cup of rubbing alcohol.  Put in a zip baggy and freeze.  My Review: This recipe was my favorite.  It was the only one that froze to a perfect gel.  totally reminded me of the Ice Packs with the blue goo.

Homemade ice packs: 3 recipes but the best one is 2 cups of dish soap & 1 cup of rubbing alcohol. Put in a zip baggy and freeze. Freezes like a cold gel

How to Make Your Own Ice Packs - She makes a concoction that has a thick pudding consistency.  When frozen, it keeps that consistency.  That's very cool!

How to Make Your Own Ice Packs - She makes a concoction that has a thick pudding consistency. When frozen, it keeps that consistency.

~*~*~Fields Of Heather~*~*~: Quick, SImple, Cheap - Homemade Ice Packs

Quick, SImple, Cheap - Homemade Ice Packs

I used 1 cup of the cheap green alcohol and 3 cups water, smells minty and stays cold for a long time! Also double bag them just in case one leaks!

Quick and easy DIY Gel Ice Packs.  Just one ingredient you probably already have + a Ziploc.  Great pin if you have children!

Cheap & Easy Homemade Ice Packs

Quick and easy DIY Gel Ice Packs. Just one ingredient you probably already have (dish soap)+ a Ziploc. Great pin if you have children!

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