What are Warm Ups?
Basically, it is a fabric bag filled with dry rice that is warmed in a microwave and used where you want a little extra
warmth. I use mine under the covers -- where my feet belong. I warm up that part of my bed before I climb in and the result
is pure bliss -- especially in winter.
How to use Warm Ups:
- Heat in microwave for two minutes.
- Use directly on tight and aching muscles.
- Use to warm chilled feet.
- Place between the sheets to warm your bed.
This product was developed and produced in Alaska. It is filled with Thai Jasmine Rice and double seamed.
The natural nutty smell when heated is soothing and it will feel steamy” through several uses. This product
is not washable but with care in use, it should last for years.
Alaska Warm Ups come in pink or white fleece tied with soft acryllic yarn. Each
contains about two pound of dry rice. When heated the rice has a nutty smell and the grains of rice retain heat very well.
Microwave for about two minutes to reach the desired degree of
warmth and use on sore muscles, cold feet, cramped tummy or wherever you need a warm up.
Ordering Alaska Warm Ups --
Pink Fleece -- $15
White Fleece - $20