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Monthly Archives: October 2013

Create a Spooky Jack-O-Lantern with Dry Ice

Written on October 29, 2013 at 1:31 pm, by

Want to add extra pizazz to your Jack-O-Lanterns this year? You can with dry ice. Find a plastic container that is taller than the eyes of your pumpkin and fill it about half full with hot water. Place the glass inside your carved pumpkin. Using tongs and cotton gloves add two or three pieces of  Continue Reading »

Find Dry Ice Near You This Halloween

Written on October 23, 2013 at 1:54 pm, by

Whether you are creating spooky fog effect for a party or haunted house, crawling bubbles or a delicious witches brew, Continental Carbonic has the dry ice you need this Halloween season. Use Continental Carbonic’s dry ice locator to find dry ice at the Continental Carbonic location nearest to you. All of our 40 locations will be  Continue Reading »

Continental Carbonic’s Halloween Dry Ice Safety Tips

Written on October 18, 2013 at 11:03 am, by

Halloween is a fun time of year to experiment with dry ice to create a multitude of spooky recipes and effects such as witches brews, crawling bubbles and spooky pumpkins. Dry ice can be dangerous if handled improperly. Please follow these safety tips when handling dry ice this Halloween season: Do Not Touch Dry ice  Continue Reading »

Witches Brew Halloween Dry Ice Punch

Written on October 10, 2013 at 4:52 pm, by

To create a spooky witches brew Halloween dry ice punch, follow this easy-to-follow recipe and use dry ice to add an additional eerie special effect. Ingredients: 1 quart lime sherbert 1 2-Liter lemon lime soda Perpared cherry drink mix or cranberry juice Other Necessary Items: Dry Ice (For the Continental Carbonic location nearest you click  Continue Reading »

Create Dry Ice Fog for Halloween

Written on October 3, 2013 at 11:44 am, by

Creating dry ice fog is as easy as filling a metal or plastic container partially full of warm or hot water and adding pieces of dry ice to it. The more water and dry ice you have in your container, the more fog will be created. However, it is important to note the hotter the water that  Continue Reading »