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For the first time in the three years that I've been using foggers, I finally got it exactly as I wanted. It seems as though the stars need to align for this sort of thing to happen, so I'd be interested in hearing if anyone else had similar successes. Here's a clip of my fogged flower bed, you can see it best about 10 seconds in.

I used a kitty litter bucket chiller and piped it into perforated drain pipe buried around the perimeter of the flower bed. Also using a chauvet hurricane 901 with froggy's freezing fog. It did rise a bit, probably could have cooled it more, but boy did it linger! I opted to not use my 2nd fogger because of how happy I was with the one.


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We lucked out with the wind! It picked up very quickly and strong about ten or ten thirty. But the good weather lasted long enough for the ToTs to have the full experience. We got 100 km/hr gusting overnight, so I would call mother nature holding off on those winds a success haha. It was also our biggest year yet with 316 kids!
 

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For the first time in the three years that I've been using foggers, I finally got it exactly as I wanted. It seems as though the stars need to align for this sort of thing to happen, so I'd be interested in hearing if anyone else had similar successes. Here's a clip of my fogged flower bed, you can see it best about 10 seconds in.

I used a kitty litter bucket chiller and piped it into perforated drain pipe buried around the perimeter of the flower bed. Also using a chauvet hurricane 901 with froggy's freezing fog. It did rise a bit, probably could have cooled it more, but boy did it linger! I opted to not use my 2nd fogger because of how happy I was with the one.


Share your photos/clips, would love to see them.
Damn, that looks awesome. I uh, forgot to turn on my fogger this year, and on top of that I left it out in the rain, so no success story here, only a major fail. Fogger still works though so that's a plus.
 

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I was blessed with very little wind, which was amazing since the day before the Santa Anas were blowing so hard I thought I wouldn't be able to stand up any props. It was a calm, warm night perfect for fog.
 

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We always seem to have wind and rain on Halloween. I use 2 fogers running on timers. I have tried fog chillers
but have had no success. I will try to find a good design that works....
 

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Lucky!!! My 6th year of crappy fog....trashcan chiller, 20' perf pipe with ice in it, and froggy's freezin fog, still had about a 6mph wind that just blew it all away.
 
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