For some, Halloween time is the best time. What used to be celebrated on one day (the 31st) has now turned into a month long spectacle of decorations. From haunted houses to hayrides and pumpkins, there’s so much tradition. The week of Halloween is exciting, and if you’re in the spirit, don’t be afraid to decorate your home. When kids are walking around the neighborhood trick-or-treating, you want to give them the best experience when they come up to your door for candy. The perfect way to master that spooky feeling is by using dry ice in your Halloween decorations.
At its core, dry ice is compressed carbon dioxide. It’s not harmful, and it can be the missing ingredient you need for your front porch decorations. Table fog gives off the haunting vibe you want, and it’s incredibly easy to put together. Whether it’s a large bucket, bowl or vase, place a container of hot water in it. From that point, place the dry ice in the hot water and watch the fog radiate from the bowl. To keep the effect going, continue placing hot water into the fixture. Setting this up near your front door will make your house extra spooky.
Fog In The Yard
Okay, let’s be realistic here, you’re not going to be able to fill your whole yard with fog. That’s a pipe dream. However, you can still create a haunting effect. A smoke machine is the easiest way to turn your front yard into the Halloween house, but another way is to employ the table fog trick, but in mass quantities. It’s also smart to buy your dry ice closer to Halloween, that way the storage process is easier on you.
Dry Ice Corp Is There For You This Halloween
Dry Ice Corp is the largest regional supplier of dry ice and related products in the Northeastern United States. Our dry ice is fresh and delivered right to your doorstep. We are happy to help you determine the best way to ship your goods, whether you have a huge amount of cookies or a single pie, and help you select the perfect amount of dry ice for the job. Give us a call at (201) 767-3200 or contact us online for a quote. To connect with us online, be sure to follow us on Facebook, Google+, Pinterest, and Twitter.