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To make fog fluid, also commonly called fog juice, a basic recipe is to mix a quart of distilled water with 15- to 35-percent food-grade glycerin. Another recipe is to mix distilled water with propylene glycol. A mixture... More »

Make a water-based fluid for fog machines, or fog juice, by combining 1 quart of distilled water with 4 ounces of food-grade glycerin. Adjust the amount of glycerin for a more or less dense fog. More »

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Combining water, vinegar and window cleaner creates a homemade substitute for windshield washer fluid. If the indicator light for low washer fluid levels come on in the car, people who don't have time to run out to the s... More »

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Make a water-based fluid for fog machines, or fog juice, by combining 1 quart of distilled water with 4 ounces of food-grade glycerin. Adjust the amount of glycerin for a more or less dense fog. More »

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To make fog, use dry ice in warm water or a mixture of carefully heated glycerin and water. For dry ice fog, add hot water to a 5-gallon bucket, filling it nearly to the brim. Place one piece of dry ice into the water us... More »

To create fog juice safely at home, mix distilled water with food grade glycerin. The amount of glycerin used is proportionate to the thickness of the fog effect you want to produce. More »

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To build a fog machine, use either dry ice and a fan or a glycerin and water mix and heat. With dry ice, fill a five gallon bucket nearly full with hot water. Using gloves and tongs, carefully place one piece of dry ice ... More »