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This is a discussion on Super Chilly Towel within the First Aid and Medical Preparedness forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Here's something worth having in your preps for those super bad hot days. Frogg Toggs cooling super chilly towel...

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    Super Chilly Towel

    Here's something worth having in your preps for those super bad hot days. Frogg Toggs cooling super chilly towel

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    I have been looking at different cooling products. This one looks interesting, have you tried it? My nephew needs something to help with cooling due to a recently discovered medical issue.
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    Thanks for this, been working outside for the last 3 weeks. Most days not so bad, last Friday, 95 and felt like 98. Like to see some reviews on this item. Don't understand the run under warm water thing, seems counter productive!!?? Missed it, first use.

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    My husband found it at a sporting goods store and picked one up for one of our kids. She's really liking it. Works great. I don't get the worm water thing either, but it works. We may have to pick up a few more.

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    I have one similiar to this made by Mission, Inc. They really work. The warm water rinse is only for the initial activation. I freeze a bottle of water, and as it melts I use it to keep my towel cool during ball games in the sun. It feels great.
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    I had a thing like that years ago, worked pretty good.

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    They work up to about 95 degrees and 80% humidity then stop working because it works based on evaporation. You need to wash hem every so often too. Else they stink like sweat.
    Be sure you dunk it in ice water too you will freeze shock a bit but you keep cooler that way too.
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