How to Make An Ice Box?

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It is very easy to make an ice box. All you have to do it create a box with wood or metal. Then, you should add some type of insulation to the box.
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How to Build an Ice Box
The first icebox was a cedar box covered with rabbit fur, invented by Thomas Moore. He used it to get milk and other dairy products to market before they spoiled. Iceboxes work because heat transfers from regions of higher temperature to regions of lower... More »
Difficulty: Moderate
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An ice box can be made of any large box with two separate holdings. A metal one is what the old ones were made of. you fill the bottom one with ice and the top is kept very cold.
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it is like a freezer.
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(īs'bŏks') n. An insulated chest or box into which ice is placed, used for cooling and preserving food. A refrigerator.
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