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I bought several solar blankets off e-bay last year. I want to make some casserole carriers for gifts. What do you all think about using solar blanket material between the batting and the fabric? I am thinking that the solar blanket would help keep the food warmer? Will it work? What do you think?

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Just wondering if you will be able to launder them with the solar blanket material on the inside? Casseroles spill.....

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This is what I was wondering about also. Too, I wondered if the heat from the casserole could melt the solar blanket material.

I was trying to come up with something to keep the food warm longer.

Thanks for the reply.

Jan
 

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If it is one of those emergency solar blankets, they are made out of mylar- mght melt...dunno.

I love to use old wool coats for the "batting" on pot holders and such. If you are interested in a purchased product, something like Insul Bright might do the trick. And/ or you could add a layer of that aluminum coated material used for ironing boards. There is even a pre-quilted version.
 
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