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How to Make a Fog Chiller (for Halloween)

Steps

  1. Buy a fog machine.It's best to buy a 1000 watt fog machine, but they tend to be pricey! If you are on a budget, go with the 400 watt fog machine (-30).
  2. Go to your local hardware store and buy a 10 feet (3.0 m) length of PVC pipe.This will act as the chiller.
  3. Find/buy and circular piece of wood, enough to cover one end of the PVC pipe.You will need to drill a lot of holes in the top of this.
  4. Tape the circular piece of wood to one end of the PVC pipe.Be sure not the tape over any of the holes you drilled!
  5. Buy two bags of ice.If you can get your hands on dry ice, it will work much better. Take the PVC pipe (the end with the piece of wood attached facing the floor/ground) and fill up the pipe with ice, or dry ice. If you are using dry ice, you will have it break it up into small pieces to fit into the tube. Since dry ice is very hard to break up, you will need a hammer. Make sure not to fill it right to the top of the pipe.
  6. Take the fog machine and lay it on the floor/ground.Take the tube and put it right over the nozzle of the fog machine. Make sure it's right over it, or else the fog won't even make it through the entire pipe.
  7. Turn on the fog, and watch it hug the ground!

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  • If you are breaking up dry ice with a hammer, be careful! Wear safety glasses.
  • When handling dry ice, wear gloves!
  • The ice will quickly melt with the heat coming from the fog, so make sure you have a lot of ice!
  • When using it, make sure it's not too windy; the wind will ruin the hugging effect.
  • It's best to use this outside; fog can damage the paint on the walls in your house.
  • Wear rubber gloves that are nice and thick.

Warnings

  • Dry ice has a surface temperature of −78.5 °C (−109.3 °F). If you touch it with your bare hands, it will damage your skin, and it will be painful! Be Sure to wear gloves!
  • On Halloween night, some people may come around that have asthma; a fog machine's fog can be very bad for these people.





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