5 hot tips for getting the most out of your microwave body warmer

October 15, 2017
How to get the most from your microwave body warmer
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Here are 5 quick tips for getting the most out of your microwave body warmer. This includes tips for keeping you safe and making your product last as long a time as possible.

Tip #1

Always read the heating instructions carefully before use as they may vary from product to product. It is very important that you do not overheat the warmer as this could cause serious injuries. This includes trying to fully reheat the product before it has cooled back down to room temperature.

Read instructions for your microwave body warmer

Tip #2

Place a small glass or container of water in the microwave with your wheat bag to help keep it moist and prevent the wheat grains drying, which will reduce the risk of charring.

Add a cup with some water in microwave

Tip #3

Ensure the microwave turntable is working properly to ensure that the warmer rotates freely and that the heat is evenly distributed. It is important that you do not leave the warmer unattended while it is being heated.

Check turntable rotayes freely

Tip #4

After use, leave your wheat bag to cool fully on a non-combustible surface such as a kitchen worktop or draining board, then store in a cupboard or other dry environment away from direct sunlight.

Leave microwave neck warmer on surface to cool

Tip #5

Most body warmers are fragranced with lavender or an alternative scent, which will diminish over time. As long as your wheat bag is otherwise good to use, you can revive the scent by adding a few drops of essential oil after heating, such as lavender or eucalyptus.

Add essential oils to microwave warmer

 

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We go to great lengths to ensure that all our microwave wheat bags are easy-to-use, effective and meet the relevant safety standards. You may also find our essential guide useful if you want to learn more about keeping warm safely.

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