@thorndale That is exactly my worry! I recently bought one in an impulse buy and it seems to be a good blanket -- nice gentle heat, works as intended. But my cat found it suspicious (she could feel the wiring inside) and started scratching at it, which had me freaked out that she'd shock herself. So I tossed a regular blanket on top of it, unplugged the cord, and now have a really expensive ($100) extra throw. Meh. Just didn't seem worth the potential downside.
Do Design-Friendly Electric Blankets Exist? Good Questions
|12/5/12 8:07 PM|
Interesting tip but it seems to do the same thing as baking soda, which I have much more readily on hand and in plentiful amounts.
Green Clean Your House: Cream of Tartar
|12/5/12 8:03 PM|
I don't have much to say about the design of the workspace itself, but as a TOUR this one is terrible. Couldn't get a sense of the space at all, or understand where things were in relation to each other. Isn't that the whole point of these things, with the photo galleries? Too many close-up shots and no anchoring.
Caitlin & Caitlin's Interior Design Workspace Workspace Tour
|12/5/12 6:28 PM|