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!

By cookwie from Richardson, TX


October 16, 20090 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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