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It's not very thick or very soft but I used it to line oven gloves so if you use it for it's insulating effect and combine it with cotton wadding, which is softer, then it's great.
By Mrs. C. Bruton on 14 March 2015
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I wouldn't as not sure it would let the heat out from the hot water bottle. I used it to make oven gloves, which was brilliant. It's use is for insulating.
By Chick52 on 22 November 2016
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No. I've made several things kitchen related without choosing a specific way around and no problems. I suspect it's just the way it's manufactured like kitchen foil.
By chris on 17 January 2017
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I think it would be a good idea; I’ve only ever made one item with it ( a potholder) and used just a single thickness of insulbright plus my cotton fabric on either side and on reflection, though it is adequate, I think it would’ve looked nicer (bit more plump and “quilty”) plus been more heat resistant if I’d used som… see more I think it would be a good idea; I’ve only ever made one item with it ( a potholder) and used just a single thickness of insulbright plus my cotton fabric on either side and on reflection, though it is adequate, I think it would’ve looked nicer (bit more plump and “quilty”) plus been more heat resistant if I’d used some normal fairly thin wadding with it. see less I think it would be a good idea; I’ve only ever made one item with it ( a potholder) and used just a single thickness of insulbright plus my cotton fabric on either side and on reflection, though it is adequate, I think it would’ve looked nicer (bit more plump and “quilty”) plus been more heat resistant if I’d used some normal fairly thin wadding with it.
By Cake baker on 22 October 2017
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Yes I think it would as its heat resistant.
By Smudge on 20 February 2015
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Hi, It should be fine for a picnic basket, it says so on the packaging as it reflects hot or cold back onto itself. And no you would not need to use a wadding with it, but I see no reason why you could not double it's thickness with wadding if you wanted to. Hope this helps. lsj
By SJ on 04 September 2016
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