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Post by siletz on Sat Oct 08, 2011 7:39 am

I wanted to share about reusable hand warmers we just found from the HT forum. They would make great prep items. When you snap the little metal disc inside of them, they heat up for about an hour. Then, you need to boil them in water for 5 mins or so to recharge them. They are then ready to go again whenever they are needed. They use a chemical reaction, so nothing is being used up, making them reusable over and over again. Definitely worth the $2.50 we paid per handwarmer.

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Post by Sonshine on Thu Oct 20, 2011 12:09 pm

Sounds like a handy item to have around. I've been reading a book on tips from long ago and one thing they suggested, that I thought was neat, was to use a baked potatoe as a hand warmer. Just back the potatoe in tin foil and place it in your pocket for when you need it. They hold their heat for a long time and after you get back in the house you can heat it up and have a nice snack. Smile

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