Best Ice Insulator?

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They are polysterene foam and fiber glass (not encouraged due to irritation of the skin when broken). Also one can use Styrofoam and sawdust. tin foil is useful because it reflects the light, but if it is making contact with the ice cube then it just makes it melt faster.
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Not sure what you are asking here exactly, but Ice makers in the centuries before refrigeration often used sawdust to insulate ice blocks in the ice houses, to slow the rate of melting
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I would use two different size shoe boxes and then use either dry ice r snow. Dry ice melts into a gas which would be better than water. Snow is one of natures natural insulators.
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