Original advetised offer details & such: Prices vary with order size. Free Expedited shipping on orders $50 and over.
Having had way to many winters in the deep freeze along Lake Michigan, I don't get why people would ever want to deal with snow. I plan my vacations around avoiding the stuff. But not everyone feels that way. Like in the episode of Extreme Makeover: Home Edition where the crew used the "Snow in Seconds," in order to reproduce the effect.
People tell me I should feel lucky to be able to experience all 4 seasons - sometimes in the same day. I don't but I appreciate those who have gone without, even if what they've gone without is something I could do without.
That being said, the question I want to know is, "Is Snow in Seconds - the ones who claim to be the Original Fake Snow - a snow alternative that's truly worth playing around with?
It's, well, snow in seconds. Duh...but what makes Snow in Seconds unique is it's ability to work well as an in-house decoration. Snow in Seconds not only looks like real snow, but it is easy to us, non-toxic and can work for days without needing any type of touch-up. The resealable bags also lend a hand to keeping the product around through the season and even into the lighter-weather months if you like that sort of ambiance.
According to SnowInSeconds.com, Snow in Seconds includes the following features and benefits:
- the Snow in Seconds powder
- re-sealable bag
- measuring scoop
- detailed directions
- bulk purchasing discounts
Order Process: From what we've seen and read - which wasn't much - the process looks smooth. No super-secret second shipping and handling costs so far as we know. This offer is unique to the ones we've seen because there's actually the possibility to receive bulk discounts. Why? Store owners, churches, entertainment centers...
Product Performance: we only find good stuff about the product. Let's face it, Extreme Makeover: Home Edition loved it enough to use it. That's usually a strong indicator that the stuff will stick around awhile. Now, remember, after 3-4 days the snow will start to dehydrate (pending on the humidity of the room). To hydrate them, spray them down like you would a little sensitive house plant and they'll be good to go for another few days.
Customer Service:Snow in Seconds 1121 Jackson ST NE STE 143 Minneapolis, MN 55413
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