- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Tepid water is a mixture of two parts cold water to one part boiling water and is frequently used in breadmaking.
- Anonymous4 years ago
Tepid DefinitionSource(s): https://shrinks.im/a7U9h
- Carole QLv 61 decade ago
Luke warm same as testing for baby bottle. Extend your arm in front of your with your hand upward. The fleshy part of your under side arm between your wrist & elbow is the spot you will be aiming. Take a couple of drops of water & drip on that spot. If you did not feel a temperature (warm or cold), it is a tepid temperature.
- 1 decade ago
tepid water is when its not to cold and not to hot luke warm
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- 6 years ago
Oatmeal baths are both relaxing and soothing, especially when your skin feels itchy (such as during a bout of chicken pox or poison ivy rash), or when it is inflamed (for example, as a result of allergies, insect bites, or sunburn). Oatmeal is excellent for your skin, smells good, and leaves your skin feeling soft. With an oatmeal bath, you might wish you could just sit there forever. As an added advantage, there are limitless variations on the traditional oatmeal bath, some of which are described here. Follow these steps to prepare an easy but effective oatmeal bath to soothe your skin in the comfort of your own homeSource(s): https://wikia.im/make-an-oatmeal-bath
- Floyd BLv 51 decade ago
That would be water that is close to the body temperature.
Say around 95 degrees, or may be between 80 & 100 degrees.
Not hot & not cold.
- FordmanLv 71 decade ago
Room temperature water. neither hot nor cold.
- 1 decade ago
tepid water is not hot, it is not warm, it is slightly less than warm, but not cold...
- 5 years ago
not to cold not to hot
- John himselfLv 61 decade ago
Luke warm. But I don't know Luke personally.