Fog Machine Info

Food Coloring in a Fog Machine

Can You Put Food Coloring in a Fog Machine?

Ready to have some amazing ground crawling fog effects for the next Halloween party? I bet you want to take it to the next level and create that fog with a cool color! Well, how easy is it? Can we just add dye? Let’s find out! You can’t add food coloring to a fog machine….

Indoor Snow Making Machine

Can You Use Snow Machines Indoors?

Snow machines are a popular way to create a winter wonderland at events and parties. But can you use them indoors? You can use snow machines indoors, but there are a few things you need to take into consideration. The main thing is the ventilation in the room. You also need to be aware of…

Fogger VS Mister

Fogger VS Mister Compared: What’s the Difference?

Do you know the difference between a fogger and a mister? If not, you’re not alone. There is a common misconception that foggers and misters are the same things. However, there is a big difference between the two. So, what’s the difference between a fogger and a mister? Foggers release a dense fog or mist…

Dry Ice Blasting Machine Cost

How Much Does a Dry Ice Blasting Machine Cost?

Are you looking for a way to clean your industrial equipment without harsh chemicals? If so, you may consider investing in a dry ice blasting machine. These machines use CO2 gas to clean surfaces and are much safer than traditional methods like sandblasting. So how much does a dry ice blasting machine cost? The price…

How to Clean Fog Machine Residue

How to Clean Fog Machine Residue in 6 Steps

Do you have a fog machine? If so, you need to know how to clean the residue it leaves behind. Fog machines are a great way to add excitement and drama to any performance or event. However, if not cleaned properly, they can leave a mess that is difficult to eliminate. You may be wondering…

Dry Fogger VS Wet Fogger

What is the Difference Between a Dry Fogger and a Wet Fogger?

Do you know the difference between a dry fogger and a wet fogger? If not, don’t worry. You’re not alone. Many people don’t know the difference, but it’s an important distinction to make when choosing the right fogging machine for your needs. Knowing the difference will help you make a more informed decision and ultimately…

How to Make a Fog Chiller

How to Make a Fog Chiller in 6 Steps

To make a fog chiller you’ll need a Styrofoam cooler and a few other materials you can easily get. Design the cooler such that you have a fog inlet and outlet. You will need a cooling chamber where you will have ice and a fan so that the hot fog from your fog machine will…

Does Fog Juice Expire

Does Fog Juice Expire?

Fog juice approximately last 3 years unopen shelf life. If the fog fluid is an unsealed container, it is estimated to last 1 year. This is because it gets impurities that can make the liquid thicker, however, you can still use it if you use a coffee filter when pouring it into the fog machines….

Fog Chiller VS Fog Machine

Fog Chiller VS Fog Machine

The difference between a fog chiller and a fog machine is that the latter is used to create fog, while a fog chiller is used to cool down the fog so that it stays low to the ground. By cooling the fog, a fog chiller makes the fog billow close to the ground for longer…

Snow Making Machine for Warm Weather

Can You use a Snow Making Machine for Warm Weather?

Snow-making works best when the atmospheric temperature is below freezing (32 degrees Fahrenheit). Traditional snow-making machines are not designed to be used in warm weather. However, some companies have begun producing snow-making machines that can be used for warm weather. As the temperature starts to rise, you may be wondering if you can still use…

How to use Fogging Machine for Disinfectant

How to use Fogging Machine for Disinfectant

Here’s how to use your fogging machine for disinfection: Wear protective gear. Prepare the area of concern. Open windows, doors, desks, etc. Set up the fogging machine. Prepare the disinfection solution  Turn on the machine  Start fogging. Switch off and unplug the machine after you are done. Allow the disinfectant to do its work for…

Dry Fogging for Mold

Does Dry Fogging Work for Mold Removal?

No, dry fogging does not remove mold. It only removes the surface mold and leaves behind the expansive root system. The system root is what allows mold to continue to grow and spread. Dry fogging also does not kill mold spores, which are the reproductive system of mold that allows it to spread quickly. In…