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  1. Paige says:

    The insta snow just make me happy to tears! This lovely mix of powder and water felt like something was growing out of my hand. I loved showing it to family and friends they adored it! Espesily when I never get snow where I live! This snow is just wonderful for children of all ages!

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  2. Carla says:

    I bought “Super Snow” from a gift shop in Florida thinking that it was your Insta-Snow. It’s not! It’s actually a gel that you have to stir up to make look like snow. I order a pound of the real thing from your website and look forward to doing your “conservation of mass” activity with my AP Chemistry class. I guess Super Snow is not so super. – Carla

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  3. Rob says:

    I’m thinking of buying a few hundred dollars worth and throwing it all in my neighbours pool, how much will I need for a 10,000 gallon pool? hehehehe!!!!

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  4. Jeanenne says:

    Does anyone know if this stuff wet to the touch? Can it be used on cloth (like a table cloth) without “bleeding? It looks like the coolest idea for winter decorating!

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    Steve Spangler Reply:

    Hi Jeanenne. Instant snow feels wet and cool to the touch. The water in the snow will “bleed” on to the surface that it is placed upon. If you set it on paper, it will leave a wet spot. It won’t stain, unless you set it on something like unfinished wood. Instant Snow will achieve the same results as a wet paper towel or damp sponge.

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