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Magic Snow Powder £1.00 @ poundland

bigjeremy Avatar
6y, 1m agoFound 6 years, 1 month ago
Magic Snow Power , make artificial snow all year round.

Expands to 100 times its original size when added to water,

Comes in a very large test tube so should make a far bit of artificial snow..
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#1
Might get the real stuff next week!!!
Mind you this is good value for inside
#2
This is totally rubbish, the same(ish) sort of chemical so i understand for absorbing spills..

naff, not even for free, my 6 yr old was less than impressed.
#3
So if ya carpet the lawn with it for kids xnas morning surprize, how the hell do ya get rid of it ???
#4
Carpet someone else's lawn instead!!
#5
robbie1412
So if ya carpet the lawn with it for kids xnas morning surprize, how the hell do ya get rid of it ???


Once it dries out over a few days it will go back into powder which you can then clear up.

Not sure how well it would dry outside though! I've used it for indoor displays before and it works well for the first few days anyway.
#6
mrpoohead
Carpet someone else's lawn instead!!


Hell yes ! Thats mischief night sorted, and it is sooner than xmas.
1 Like #7
robbie1412
mrpoohead
Carpet someone else's lawn instead!!


Hell yes ! Thats mischief night sorted, and it is sooner than xmas.


LMAO would be hilarious watching someone trying to figure out why only their garden got covered in snow overnight
2 Likes #8
I make snow boot prints to the little ones stocking, she always loves finding the tell tale signa santas been before actually getting to the presents! :)
#9
good for a quid though :0)
#10
It's fun enough, but you can't really do anything with it.
Good for displays really.
And the tubes give you an idea but it's not enough to create more than say a bowl full of it.
1 Like #11
What because we want to make Christmas enjoyable for out children?.. We had a snow machine a few years ago when the children were younger. They loved waking up to the front garden covered in snow, so did all the other children.
#12
bar humbug
#13
really good deal, I paid a lot more than this a couple of years ago. The kids weren't that impressed but the adults were :-)
#14
Not bad for a pound even if it does sound a bit ropey
#15
There's only one way to find out....

FIGHT!
#16
"Magic Snow Powder" sounds like something else to me lol
#17
You should see a doctor then, it's not supposed to be powdery :D

Edited By: Lakeside on Oct 16, 2010 17:13: To change it
#18
saw this in there today, comes in a really suspicious looking vial too, really wish I had seen it sooner so I could have stashed it in my mate's bag when she went through customs at the airport! :p
banned#19
I was about to complain because I thought the title was a euphemism. (_;)
#20
Its just sodium lauryl sulphate with something else isnt it?
Had that stuff in labs and it froths like mad, they stick it in alot of things to make the bubbles these days, shampoo, detergent etc.
#21
thought this was an ad for Cocaine oO
#22
Are the test tubes plastic or glass? and what sort of size? Odd question I know but looking to make a test tube vase.
#23
well.. test tube babies may be an idea as well.. you may be running in for a nobel prize though.. it all starts with a quid mate..
#24
As for the deal, I've not voted but I don't see the appeal in it myself. We get way too much snow as it is - can't see the appeal of pretending there's even more. And the kids like it more for playing in and having days off because school's closed, rather than for how aesthetically pleasing it is. I'm sure it'll appeal to some folk though, and I won't vote it cold just because I don't see the appeal of it... ;)

Edited By: sigma on Oct 16, 2010 23:25: .
banned#25
harlzter
Are the test tubes plastic or glass? and what sort of size? Odd question I know but looking to make a test tube vase.


Don't you get one free with a VW beetle?
#26
opaque
It's fun enough, but you can't really do anything with it.
Good for displays really.
And the tubes give you an idea but it's not enough to create more than say a bowl full of it.


Have you not read the other posts? I'm in my twenties but for some reason I really want to cover my neighbours lawn without them knowing and wait for the rain. :D
#27
Ma lil boy loves snow so gunna get a few bags to fill his stocking

Edited By: bargin_junkie on Oct 17, 2010 01:35: Did not use a swear but it was still stared out
#28
I used this a year ago and its wierd to touch and difficult to describe,
when it drys out it is easier to clean up, kids will love it
#29
what a load of rubbish
#30
losthour
what a load of rubbish

Snow good then?

(Well someone had to!)

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