In this video, I demonstrate how to make a postpartum ice pack to use after delivery of your baby! If you are pregnant or know someone that is, get them in the ...
The gel from a baby diaper is used to make an improvised "leak-free" cold pack. When the ice pack melts, it won't leak water, even if the bag gets punctured.
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Diaper Slime is really weird, but we had to try it! Check out our crazy slime results and see if you want to try this slime recipe for yourself! For this slime, you will ...
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"Famous" Physical Therapists Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck demonstrate how to make the absolute best cold pack for swelling and pain. Do it yourself.
Instructions on making a homemade ice pack using: 1 1/2 cups of water, 1/2 of rubbing alcohol, and a ziplock bag.
From Minimalist Prepper
From http://famouspt.com/ "Famous" Physical Therapists, Bob Schrupp and Brad Heineck share some handy "do it yourself" ice pack recipes. Why Not?
You will need 2 ziplock bags, rubbing alcohol, water, coloured dish soap. I used a 3/4 cup measure. And it's 1 part alcohol and 3 parts water and dish soap for ...
From Jennifer Brock
Materials and equipment- Plastic bag, towel, scissors -How to craft- 1. Cut plastic bag handles and sides. Lay out flat/open. 2. Place towel in center, place baby ...
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