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    How does everyone keep their snow machine from getting wet outside? Put it in some type of box with a hole in the side? Put it under an overhang? Let it out in the rain? Also what is your setup for refilling?
    Thanks!
    Last edited by Randomaker; 01-26-2021 at 01:11 PM.

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    Sorry can’t help you. Mother Nature is my snow machine. Sometimes she’s works good. Sometimes not so good and other times too good.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomaker View Post
    How does everyone keep their snow machine from getting wet outside? Put it in some type of box with a hole in the side? Put it under an overhang? Let it out in the rain? Also what is your setup for refilling?
    Thanks!
    I would like to learn more about snow machines.
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    I have an Antari snow machine that I use sometimes...
    I made a cover out of a large upside down Rubbermaid tote. I cut out a section in the front for the blower output. It keeps the rain out...
    It does look like snow when falling in front of you so pretty realistic..
    However they are noisy, go through lots of "juice" (I make my own) and cover everything the flakes (in reality small groups of bubbles) land on gets soapy and slippery...
    Refilling can be a pain if it is mounted high up (say on your roof) so I have thought of setting up a large remote tank with a pump but have yet to get around to it...

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