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Thread: What Is It Called?

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    Super Member clsurz's Avatar
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    What is that material that one uses that is silver used in making potholders and such....you know like what you find on ironing board covers.

    For the life of me I can't remember what it is called.

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    insulbrite

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    hehehe! If you hadn't asked...I could have told you! I do remember it starts with an *I*.

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    well there is a silver quilted one, JoAnn's should have it.
    then out came insul-bright which is white on both sides with a bit of silver stuff in the center. they both work.

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    Super Member May in Jersey's Avatar
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    I have bought that silver cloth but don't know what it is called. I don't think it's insubrite as that's a special type of batting for hot stuff.

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    Insulbrite is the one I use

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    i bought 3yds insulbrite at hobby lobby for $2.47/yard that i use for the potholders i make. next time i will use a coupon to get more at a great price.

    hancock fabrics sells insul-fleece(?) at about $9.95/yard.

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    The solid silver fabric that deflects heat is called Heat Resistant fabric. Therma-Flec is the most common brand. I like the solid much better then Insulbrite.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Up North
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    That's it. I just used some last night.

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    Could it be Teflon coated fabric?

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