How do you make a homemade fog machine?


A fog machine is used to create a smoky atmosphere, especially for dances and Halloween parties. Machines as cheap as $30 can be bought and the juice for the machine costs around $20. To make a homemade fog machine, all you need is a large PVC pipe with holes drilled in it. You will need to pack it with dry ice, taking care not to burn yourself. You can then set up the pipe in the area that needs fog.
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