"Making Science Splat~tacular!"
Adam Thornton's
Ghost Blaster ~1000~

Supplies: Plastic Jars and Dry Ice

Warning: Use Dry Ice with Adult Supervision.  Wear gloves when handling dry ice, never eat
or drink it, keep it away from small pets and children, and use in a well ventilated area.

What happens: Here's a fun way to make a fog shooter...with practice you can even shoot
smoke rings.  Create a dry ice waterfall by removing the lid or simply use a as miniature fog
machine for you next spooky event.

Explanation: Dry Ice is solid carbon dioxide.  It subliminates back to gas as it warms up
without ever converting to the liquid stage.  Dry ice is used to preserve food, fix hail
damage in vehicles, and even used in special effects in movies.  You can also find this item
in the
Splat Shop.
1) Always have an adult

2) Always wear the correct
safety gear.

3) Never eat or drink
anything while performing

ScienceSplat Experiments
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instructions are followed
correctly. Remember to
use common sense and
wear safety goggles.  
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