Snow polymer powder is a dry (non sticky) powder that feels and looks like snow. It does no melt and lasts for weeks.
When it starts to dry and begins to shrink, just lightly sprinkle with water
to refresh it's looks.
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Instructions for making SNOW
This powder can amazingly turn 2 cups of water
into 6-8 cups of “Snow”!
A ratio of 10 parts of water to 1 part powder yields
great results. Add additional water as needed, and fluff by hand.
1 pound bag of the Snow powder mixed with 5
gallons of water will make enough snow to cover 6 square feet, 1 inch
5 pounds of the Snow powder mixed
with 25 gallons of water will make enough snow to cover 30 square feet,
1 inch thick.
A 40 pound bag of the Snow powder when mixed
with 200 gallons of water makes enough snow to cover 240 square feet, 1
Try this simple experiment:
• Pour ~ 20 oz. (2 1/2 cups) of cool-to-room
temperature water into a container.
• In a separate container (same size or
bigger than the water vessel) pour ~ 2 ounces (8 Tbs.) of "Snow
• Place the container with the super
absorbent on a tray, newspaper or something else that can contain the
• In one fast motion,
pour the water into the container with the super absorbent (the more turbulent the
better (without spilling).
• Now watch as the water immediately turns
to gel and then to "Snow” while it erupts out of the glass!