Fog Machine Ingredients

Homemade Scented Fog Juice

Homemade Scented Fog Juice (How to Make)

Do you want to make your own scented fog juice? It’s really easy, and in this blog post, I will show you how.  You can make scented fog juice with glycerin, distilled water, and fragrance oil. Mix the water and glycerin in a container. The ratio of glycerin should not exceed 35%. Add fragrance oil…

Mineral Oil vs Baby Oil for Smoke Machine

Mineral Oil VS Baby Oil for Smoke Machine: Which is Better?

Do you own a smoke machine? If so, you may be wondering what type of oil to use in it. Many different types of oils can be used in smoke machines, and you may be wondering which option between mineral oil and baby oil is better. Most smoke machines come with specific types of oil…

How to Make Fog Juice Without Glycerin

How to Make Fog Juice without Glycerin

Do you want to create fog effects for your next performance or party, but don’t want to use glycerin? This blog post will teach you how to make fog juice without glycerin. We will provide a recipe and some tips on how to get the best results. To make fog juice without glycerin, you can…

How Much Dry Ice Do I Need for Fog

How Much Dry Ice Do I Need For Fog?

You can use a ratio of one pound of dry ice for every gallon of hot water to produce a vast amount of fog in a short period. Alternatively, use ½ a pound of dry ice for every gallon of water to produce a steady fog stream for a long duration. Each method will depend…

Haze Fluid in Fog Machine

Can You Use Haze Fluid In Fog Machine?

A fog or haze machine cannot use haze fluid, and a haze machine can’t use fog fluid. Incorrect fluid use can spoil your machinery, violate manufacturer warranties, or result in a high repair expense. There are health risks if you use fog fluid that is not explicitly designed for your fog machine. If you have…

How to Make Low Lying Fog Juice

How to Make Low Lying Fog Juice | Ground Fog Guide

The trick to making low-lying fog juice is to make it as thick as possible. To achieve the best results, you must have the right proportions of water and glycerine. For very thick fog (which is more likely to lie low), the mixture should have 30-35% of glycerine and 70-65% of water. Mix them thoroughly. …