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Don't know about you, but being busy I always seem to let my cup of Coffee or Tea go cold. How about coasters made of a heat-retaining substance that gets warm when microwaved. Bingo, your coffee is kept at perfect drinking temperature, and your table is protected! Shouldn't be too difficult.
try a vacuum mug.
[po, Jan 04 2005]
Let me know if you find one that's good enough to solve this problem -
- about 100F would be nice [normzone, Jan 04 2005]
A better solution, methinks. [DrCurry, Jan 05 2005]
This one is supposedly microwaveable. [tiromancer, Jan 05 2005]
||wouldn't hot coasters leave marks on the wood in the same way as your hot coffee mug does?
||In the ski cabin, a tile coaster from under a hot dish kept my buns warm for a half hour after supper.
||do we really need to know that?
||What? They were tasty with coffee later.
||Not entirely sure why the coasters wouldn't cool down along with the coffee. And ruin the finish on the table.