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Tuesday, March 24, 2009

How to Warm your Cold Mouse Hand

The Mouse Hand Warmer® shown above is the invention of, Inc. Read about the Mouse Hand Warmer at Inventor's Spot or at The article below was found at another website which clearly copied the orginal Mouse Hand Warmer®. To keep your cold computer hands warm, use infrared heated mouse, mouse pad, keyboard pad and mouse hand warmer blanket. Quality products available online at

From eHow
Inventor & Trademark Owner, Inc.

Did you ever notice after a long period of time on the computer, that your mouse hand (your right hand) is much colder than your left hand? It's a condition called Cold Mouse Hand. If this happens to you, there are several things you can do to warm your cold mouse hand.

Periodically during your computer time, practice stretching your fingers and do ergonomic hand exercises to improve circulation to your hands. Look under resources for links to two excellent articles with various techniques you can implement to keep your hands healthy and strong.

Look on the internet for mouse hand warmers for sale or better yet, make your own simple warmer for your cold mouse hand and save yourself $30.

Lay your mouse pad on a remnant of fleece to size the square you'll be making. Allow extra inches surrounding the mouse pad so your hand will have ample room to move inside the hand warmer. (The hand warmer being made is 13 1/2" x 13 1/2" square.) Cut two pieces identical in size.

Center seam opening for mouse. Center seam opening for mouse. With right sides together, saw a 1/2" seam around 3 sides of the square of fleece. Leave a small opening at center top that is just wide enough to fit your mouse through.

Turn square right side out. Lay mouse pad inside and insert your mouse and cord through the top.

Netting between squares. Netting between squares. You can make a warmer to warm your cold mouse hand even if you use a cordless mouse. The basic directions are the same.

Cut your two square pieces of fleece. In addition, cut a strip of tulle netting that is 2 1/2" wide x the length of your square. (which is 13 1/2" in the example shown). Fold the netting strip in half lengthwise and sew edges in a 1/4" seam to each of the top of the fleece squares.

Cordless version. Cordless version. Your netting should now be centered between the squares. With right sides together, sew along opposing sides of the squares in a 1/2" seam. Turn right side out.

Lay your mouse pad and cordless mouse inside. Your mouse will be able to project through the netting.

Inside mouse hand warmer. Inside mouse hand warmer. Warm your cold mouse hand with either version of the mouse hand warmer. Don't forget the finger stretching and hand exercises. Using these simple methods will help to eliminate your cold mouse hand. Stay healthy!

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At March 24, 2009 at 3:07 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

For more information about cold mouse hands and remedies my favorites are:, and Warm Mouse Heated Keyboard & Mouse Pad.

At March 25, 2009 at 3:15 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

The mouse hand warmer works great with the heated mouse pad. The mouse hand warmer keeps the heat inside. Without the mouse hand warmer the heated mouse pad only heats the bottom of my hand. If you are browsing for blogs about cold hands visit Cold Hands.Me and Cold Mouse


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