1 part rubbing alcohol, 3 parts water in a freezer bag = perfect ice packs that don't harden in the freezer.
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! <3
Make your own flexible ice pack at home for less than $2 using common household products. Yes please...
5 Ways to Make Homemade Ice Packs
DIY Reusable Ice Pack: 2 parts water and 1 part rubbing alcohol in a large freezer bag. The ice pack molds to your body and is much more comfortable than hard blocks of ice. It’s ready to go when you need it and easier than having to make an ice pack after an injury!
How to make an ice pack that doesn’t freeze solid
Home made Ice Packs RECIPE #1 – FROM THE DOCTORS Fill a zip baggy with dish soap put in the freezer (freezes solid but quickly melts to pliable state.) RECIPE #2 – INTERNET SEARCH Put 2 cups of rubbing alcohol & 1 cup of water in a zip baggy. Freeze RECIPE #3 – INTERNET SEARCH 2 cups of dish soap & 1 cup of rubbing alcohol. Put in a zip baggy and freeze. Foodsaver bags work best!
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