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95% rain today and has been since yesterday.

Pneumatic wasn't in rain but selenide just won't fire the lunger up.
Air compressor won't turn on so using backup tool one.
Hit head on the door. Thumb swollen from hammer hit. PVC people falling over.
Can handle all that but my question is fog machines.

With high wind gusts and rain, is it worth putting fog machines out? Will it still hang around or better to scrap the idea as well
 

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Oak lawn .... How did your fogger workout?


I took everyone's advice and just left mine in the boxes still. Too much rain and too much went wrong so concentrated on what went right instead (pop up MiB).
 

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Here in Washington, you can pretty much bet it's gonna rain, the wet grass actually seems to keep the fog better, maybe it has something to do with attraction between the water droplets and the fog, or maybe it just keeps the near-ground area cooler, but in our experience, a little rain seems to help the fog, rather than hurt. Now, wind is a whole other thing.
 
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