Instant snow is a new product that starts off as a powder. When you add water to this powder, it soaks up the water and puffs up into extremely realistic snow. The possibilities are endless with instant snow powder. The fake snow will not melt, so it can be used indoors or outdoors, and even in warm climates. If you continue to mist the fake snow with water, it doesn’t dry out and will last for a very long time. For example, you could set up a wintry scene with your holiday decorations in your front yard, and have it last for the entire season. You could have a Christmas in July party complete with snow and everything. Having a kiddie pool full of the fake snow for a child’s birthday party is a surefire hit.
How Does it Work?
Instant artificial snow and was invented in Japan. The powder is a special type of plastic made out of a super-absorbent polymer. The polymer can absorb up to 99.9% of its own weight in liquid. It was originally used in place of snow for indoor use at snowboarding parks in Japan. You know it’s extremely realistic because they were able to ski and snowboard on it. The artificial snow can last for months as long as it’s kept moist. It will only melt or dissipate if you allow it to dry out.
What Can I do With It?
The fake snow can be used to create realistic looking displays. It is especially good to use in holiday displays where it’s not possible to have real snow. With a bunch of this artificial snow powder, you can create your very own white Christmas. In Hollywood, they use fake snow for movies, television shows, and commercials. You can also fill up a kiddie pool with fake snow and let the kids go wild playing in it. If you have enough, you can even use it to go sledding down a hill in the summertime.
Where Can I Get This Stuff?
After the indoor snowboarding parks fell out of popularity in Japan, the companies that made the artificial snow powder had to find other uses for it. SnoWonder was the first to bring the snow powder to the United States market. They are still the best place to buy fake snow powder from in the US.
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