A quick hint to beat the heat


North America’s been seeing some high temps. So dunk your cotton t-shirt into some cool water, wring it out, and put it back on.
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As a Boy Scout, I remember an article saying wet cotton draws heat away 30% faster than bare skin.

4 thoughts on “A quick hint to beat the heat”

  1. growing up in Dominican Republic without AC I already knew this trick. I knew people that would wet their bedheets to sleep on. Man it was hot down there!

  2. Heh, I live in Canada and it’s bloody hot here too. Been hovering around 35-40 degrees for the last couple weeks.
    (From Alex: I trust that’s centigrade… we Yankees tend to think in Fahrenheit.)

  3. For those of you who can’t do the conversion in your head, google works 🙂
    35 degrees Celsius = 95 degrees Fahrenheit
    40 degrees Celsius = 104 degrees Fahrenheit

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