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Well folks, believe it or not - we are now entering the first weekend of October 2013. MAN I feel like this year has just FLOWN by!

I have been debating about ordering Froggy's Freezin Fog Outdoor Low Lying Fog Juice to get a better fog effect. I have several fog machines that I use throughout our haunt and I can't say I've been "disappointed" with my previous results, but I know I saw a thread on here where people seemed to say they really liked Froggy's stuff better than store brand fog.

So my question is - is it REALLY worth it? I guess I'm just looking for confirmation that even though I have two gallons of Spirit brand fog juice from two years ago - I should make the jump to a better quality brand? (so someone tell me I should buy it!) hahaha. Thanks! I hope everyone has a productive weekend!
 

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Froggy Fog will be 3 times thicker coming out if not more that the Spirit brand fog. I have been using Froggy fog for years and will not get any other. You will need a good fog chiller to cool the fog down to make it hug the ground.
 

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HalloweenFan5,

Ive been using Froggy's Fog the last few years and really like it. I also have a couple higher end foggers and just feel better about using Froggy's Fog in them instead of the cheaper Halloween store fog.

Here is a 10% off code from Chris Markgraf at Froggy's Fog - websp

Happy Haunting!!
 

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It's the only fog juice that I'll put in my nice fogger. Of course you need a good chiller to get the best effect, but boy is it worth it! This picture is from last year's fog machine test - we didn't even have all the kinks worked out yet and it worked this well.

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Here is the best possible effect Froggys will create with the proper chiller.


Yes it is worth every penny. Don't you agree?
 

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Email Chris Markgraf at Froggy's Fog and let him know your specific needs and he will let you know which of his products will work best for your application
 
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