Making Rice Hot Packs?

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How do you prepare the rice for use in hot packs?

By Bev

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June 4, 20130 found this helpful

There is no preparation. Just add the rice and sew closed. some people use lavender in theirs and they just put the loose lavender in with the rice. These are wonderful items to use and to give as a gift.
Gem

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June 4, 20130 found this helpful

You don't have to do anything to the rice. I put a sock in a jar and fold over the top of the sock over the mouth of a jar and just pour it in the sock. Then I tie a knot in the sock.

Don't use any kind of metal tie such as a hair elastic with a little metal piece on it or it will ruin the microwave. I always just tie a knot in the sock. Then microwave for about a minute or so.

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They can get very hot so be careful if you are using it on someone else.

Blessings,

Robyn from Tennessee

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July 29, 20170 found this helpful

Use uncooked regular long rice, not instant, sew a cloth bag on three sides, stuff with rice (leave a little space), sew the bag closed. Heat in microwave.

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