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Corn Bags for Staying Warm

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Hey Everyone,

 

Have you every tried corn bags to stay warm? These are home made (of course they also sell online) cloth bags about 22 x 9 inches filled with about 4 pounds of clean feed corn.

I received one as a gift last year and this year I made them and gave for gifts.

 

Anyway, you put this bag in the microwave for 3 minutes and it stays warm for an hour or more. I lay it in my lap while I am at the computer and also take it to bed with me. It is great! Better than a heating pad cause you don't have to worry about turning it off!

 

Stay Warm!

Becky


Diagnosed with Diffuse Systemic Scleroderma May 2005

Raynaud's, GI, esophagus, skin and lung involvement.

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Hi Becky,

 

Yes, these are wonderful, aren't they? We have an instruction page for Heatsocks on the main site. They are also good for keeping foods warm, especially bread and buns. I make mine with rice, I haven't tried corn yet. Thanks for the idea!


Warm Hugs,

 

Shelley Ensz

Founder and President

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

Hotline and Donations: 1-800-564-7099

 

The most important thing in the world to know about scleroderma is sclero.org.

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I've always wanted to make some of these, but never did. Now, I have no reason....thanks to Becky and Shelley! :rolleyes:

 

Not only do I have several freinds who would find these very useful, but also family members...myself included!

 

Thanks, Ladies!

Hope you are having a good weekend!

 

Hugs,

Susie


Special Hugs,

 

Susie Kraft

ISN Support Specialist

ISN Chat Host

International Scleroderma Network (ISN)

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My daughter got me a pair of these for the feet and they are wonderful! I was having a terrible raynauds attack and put it in the microwave and then on my feet and it warmed my entire body. I wish I had something like that for my hands too.

 

Warm hugs,

 

Peggy

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You can buy warming mittens also. My son ordered me a pair but I haven't received them yet.


Gigi08

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I have rice bags that I use. they work good too.


Sam

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I also love those hot corn bags. I've been making them for years, ever since someone gave me one for holiday one year. I usually make mine about 8 x 8 inches and I have several of them. I take them everywhere I go and also sleep with them.

 

I have made them with rice, corn and wheat and I suppose any grain or bean would work. My favorite is deer corn.

 

Mary in Texas

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