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Hot Water Bottles and Other Old-Fashioned Ways to Keep Warm on the Cheap

submitted on February 3, 2011 by jack69darin in "Member's Lounge"
In this artic blast the most of the country seems to be under, are you looking for cheaper ways to stay warm. Here are a few, cheap, and easy tips.

As folks shiver through Snowmageddon and one of the wildest winters on record, bringing the bottle back may be worth a shot.


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http://www.walletpop.com/2011/.....warm-on-t/
 

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    YanBz
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    Posted by YanBz on February 3, 2011
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    Warm clothes is the cheapest way to keep yourself warm.
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    • HouTex
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      Posted by HouTex on February 3, 2011
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      I've found that several thin layers of clothing work better to trap body heat for me than heavy clothes. Works the same with blankets, using several lightweight layers (including at least one fleece blanket) works great. You lose a lot of body heat from your head, so covering your head is very important, too, whether you use a cap or hoodie or whatever.
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    orangearrows
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    Posted by orangearrows on February 3, 2011
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    TIP : For people driving their convertibles with top down. Use vacuum hose pipes to connect from heater vent direct to inside your jacket.

    It works Cool
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    • HouTex
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      Posted by HouTex on February 3, 2011
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      How about putting the top up??? Eeek
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    • Solstice
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      Posted by Solstice on February 3, 2011 [reply] 0 0
      Seems far to sensible a solution to work. Artistic

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