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A fog chiller cools down fog from a fog machine so that it stays low to the ground. This one costs around $5-$10. I had everything I needed already, y...
There is not much that you need for this project.MATERIALS 1. Foam cooler 2. Dryer hose 3. fog machine 4. IceTOOLS 1. compass 2. knife
You need to cut a hole in both sides of the cooler for the dryer hose, so: set your compass to 6.5 cm and draw two circles, on opposite sides of the c...
Cut out the circles you just drew, the cooler should now look like this
Feed the dryer hose through the two holes. leave one end longer that the other. one side should have about 4 in coming out, the other about 10. try be...
Fill the cooler with ice
Attach The cooler to your fog machine by pushing the longer end of hose around the nozzle of the fog machine. just keep the two together and all of th...
turn on the fog machine and enjoy your fog not floating away!
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