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Make Absorbent Circles for Your Coasters

I solved the drippy coaster problem in which condensation drips all over my study materials. Why didn't I think of this sooner?

I took a piece of the cloth that is advertised to absorb ten (or maybe it's more) times its own weight in water, cut it in a circle to fit the stone coaster, and now, presto, between the cloth and the coaster, no more drips on the text books!

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By cookwie from Richardson, TX

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October 16, 20091 found this helpful

Great idea! If you don't own or prefer not to use actual coasters, you could prob use that cloth for a coaster. If I recall correctly, it's chamois cloth.

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