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Thread: Insulbrite and quilting

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    Super Member nstitches4u's Avatar
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    Yes. It is for use in pot holders, curling iron caddies, iron caddies, casserole carriers---anything that needs insulating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GladGrams View Post
    I used Insulbrite for potholders and they were not very protective. I was disappointed
    We were advised to use 2 layers of Insulbrite in potholders.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GladGrams View Post
    I used Insulbrite for potholders and they were not very protective. I was disappointed
    I use isulbrite and one layer of warm and natural and it protects me just fine

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    I use it for curling iron holders and pot holders and i think i went with the 1.5
    Mary

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