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I grabbed two good shape coolers for making fog chillers out of the trash on the way in this morning, another wooooohoooo! Every penny saved.
 

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doh, I've looked, I'm off to go spend 40 bucks :/
 

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any directions so I can use this. I have a fogger I bought for cheap last year and I also have a couple coolers I will not be using for my brews. Last year when I used it the fog just kinda floated away and that sucked! Is all you have to do is cut the ends of the cooler and put your fogger in it? Thanks
 

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Let me know if it works as good as the pictures. Looks like it works sweet and the theory makes sense so I dont see why it wouldnt. I think I will also give it a try anyways. I got some other **** I am working on but this seems relatively quick and easy.
 

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yeah I'm more inclined for the trashbin/storagebin answer as those are cheaper than coolers. also the metal hose makes much more sense than mesh or pvc because once you get the metal cold it will chill the fog nicely.
 

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I store most of my stuff in those bins anyways so if I can use them in my haunts all the better. I will let you try it first though, and let me know.
 

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Hey kids I got a little bored today and decided make a fog chiller. I used the concept of using storage bins like shaunathan did and it works great. I ran to Menards and instead of getting the solid metal tubing I purchased the foil dryer vents instead, saved me a few bucks and still works like a charm. Only thing I can add is how important it is to have exit hole way higher than your entering hole. (snicker snicker) The fogger needs to be more elevated than the hole that the fog exits from. Here are a couple pics!!
 

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I am kind of stupid when it comes to chillers. What exactly do they do? What is the difference between a fogger and a chiller?
 

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scarface said:
Hey kids I got a little bored today and decided make a fog chiller. I used the concept of using storage bins like shaunathan did and it works great. I ran to Menards and instead of getting the solid metal tubing I purchased the foil dryer vents instead, saved me a few bucks and still works like a charm. Only thing I can add is how important it is to have exit hole way higher than your entering hole. (snicker snicker) The fogger needs to be more elevated than the hole that the fog exits from. Here are a couple pics!!
What size Fogger is that
 

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Only thing I can add is how important it is to have exit hole way higher than your entering hole. (snicker snicker) The fogger needs to be more elevated than the hole that the fog exits from. Here are a couple pics!!
I'm a little confused by this...you said the EXIT hole needs to be higher..But then you said the fogger needs to be more elevated...Doesn't the fogger go into the ENTERING hole, thus, the ENTERING hole must be higher?

and why does it matter?
 

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Yes you are right! Sorry my bad. The fogger, or entering hole needs to be higher than the exit hole. I mixed myself up there.
 
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