Do you sometimes get frustrated because your hot pack doesn't seem to stay hot for very long? Well, there's a reason for that! Read on...
If you've ever packed a lunch for your day to work or for your kids, you've probably put it in a closed bag and maybe even added some extra ice packs to ensure the food stayed cold for as many hours as you needed it to. If you didn't have time for the frills and had to throw your food in a paper bag, you probably noticed it reached room temperature much faster. Well, it's kind of the same idea with the hot packs.
They naturally reach a temperature of about 130 degrees fahrenheit and slowly lose their heat, eventually reaching room temperature. If left without some kind of protection from the outside cool air, the heat will evaporate much more quickly.
So. Here's two tips to keeping your hot pack warm longer:
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