Thermos flasks are great to carry warm drinks in, especially in winter, because the insulation in the Thermos helps to keep the liquids warm for longer than a normal container would. For optimal results, ipreheat the Thermos flask before filling it with the liquid that you want to keep warm.
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Things you need
- Boiling water
- Funnel (optional)
Boil a pot of water.
Carefully fill the Thermos flask with the boiling water; if the Thermos flask has a narrow opening, you may want to use a funnel to safely direct the water into the Thermos without spilling.
Place the cap onto the Thermos flask and let it sit for about five minutes. The purpose of this is to let the boiling water heat up the metal insides of the Thermos.
While you are waiting for the boiling water to heat the Thermos flask, warm up the liquid or food contents that you will be placing inside.
Remove the top from the Thermos flask and pour out the boiling water after five minutes have passed.
Carefully pour the liquid or food into the Thermos, using the funnel if needed.
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