Cubed ice? Block ice? Dry ice? Frozen water bottles? Something else? Looking for ideas.
Your just wasting you time and effort on trying to chill your fog with half rotten hearted measures.Cubed ice? Block ice? Dry ice? Frozen water bottles? Something else? Looking for ideas.
Ok, so your solution is.....the first option I listed.....cubed ice.Your just wasting you time and effort on trying to chill your fog with half rotten hearted measures.
Search in the prop section on how to make a real fog chiller for your fog machine. Mine were made out of cheap large coolers, plumbing fixtures, computer fans powered from old computer power supplies, and hardware cloth screen, which were easy to make. Essentially make about 3" tube out of the hardware cloth about the same size as you plumbing fixtures. Drill the cooler both ends and fit screen tube into it and then with the plumbing and fan build and intake and exhaust from the cooler. Put fog machine at your intake, then fill the coolers with bag ice and your good for the whole night of watching your fog blow out and hug the ground!
No, its a bit more then just a few ice cubes. It's more on HOW you chill the fog, you can use anything from dry to chipped ice to chill it but if you want it to stay on the ground you better have a good way of HOW to chill it and move the fog where you want.Ok, so your solution is.....the first option I listed.....cubed ice.