DIY Ice Pack 4 Ways

DIY Ice Pack 4 Ways

Here is what you’ll need!

DIY ICE PACK 4 WAYS

PVC Ice Tubes

SUPPLIES
PVC pipes
PVC glue, waterproof
PVC caps
2 cups water
4 tablespoon salt

INSTRUCTIONS
1. Cut pipes into the length of your cooler. Glue on the pvc caps to one end of the tube. Let dry.
2. Mix water and salt.
3. Pour salt water solution into the tube until ¾ full. Glue and cap on the top and let dry, then freeze.
Place it at the bottom of your cooler. Pro tip: to keep your fruits and egg cartons apart from the meat place couple tubes with a baking sheet on top. It will act as a cooling shelf.

Sponge Ice Pack

SUPPLIES
Sponge
Zip lock bag
Water

INSTRUCTIONS
1. Soak sponge in water.
2. Place in bag and freeze.
3. Put it in smaller coolers and keep food cold.

Gel Ice Pack

SUPPLIES
Zip lock bag
Water
Rubbing alcohol
Food coloring, optional

INSTRUCTIONS
1. In a zip lock bag add water, alcohol and food coloring.
2. Place it in another bag to avoid any spills.
3. Freeze overnight.
4. Make multiple ice packs and use it in any cooler. Can even be used for injuries.

Water Bottle Ice Packs

SUPPLIES
Water bottle
water

INSTRUCTIONS
1. Fill the water bottle with water two-thirds of the way full.
2. Freeze overnight.
3. Place multiple water bottles in your cooler, and have cold water to drink as well!

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