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thanks!

I use fog chillers (trashcan style) and dry ice to cool the fog :)
 

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boy those things were hard to clean!

especially that fog bubble machine
 

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Thanks folks! I had one Chauvet 1000 and one 1250 and I used dry ice to cool the fog :)
 

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Great fog!!! I'm glad we didn't bother setting up the chiller this year since both of our fog machines quit on us last night.
 

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Wow, that dry ice really cooled the fog. How much dry ice did you use? Was the trash can filled with it? I used reg. ice in mine last year and it was oaky but I was wanting that thick, dense fog like you have.

By the way, I liked the way you used the bubble fogger.
 

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Wow, that dry ice really cooled the fog. How much dry ice did you use? Was the trash can filled with it? I used reg. ice in mine last year and it was oaky but I was wanting that thick, dense fog like you have.

By the way, I liked the way you used the bubble fogger.
Hey Terra!

I actually had 40 pounds in the first chiller and 30 in the smaller one.

And I totally agree about the ice. I used regular ice one year and it didn't cut it.

Dry ice is king! And it evaporates!
 
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