Added May 23, 2008
The trouble with ice packs is that it’s hard to get them to stay right where you want them. You try to tie it on with the tea-towel you’ve wrapped it in, but it doesn’t really work.
But yesterday, when I got out the ice-pack, I happened to notice this: “Do not apply directly to skin. Wrap in towel or use our special purpose non-woven pouch”
A cover for the ice-pack! Made to fit! With tails to tie it in place! Brilliant! Why did I not think of this before?!
So here it is…
a tea towel
the ice-pack, for giving me the idea, and my housemate Dave, for sacrificing the tea towel (snip “wait, what are you doing?!” “making an ice-pack cover…” “but that’s my tea towel” “oh…”)
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