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    Originally posted by LostTexan
    I love dry ice. My local Krogers Grocery store carries it. hehe
    Just out of curiousity....how much do they charge?

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    Originally posted by sanjay
    Just out of curiousity....how much do they charge?
    I dont remember, it was probably around a few bucks a pound.
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    Originally posted by evilhomer_eh
    ok, here's a little lesson on backing items with dry ice.

    I ship products that need to be keeped at a -20 to -70 Celus.

    you should get a big enough box that can fit a starafoam cooler, dry ice, and the tub of ice cream.

    put a layer of dry ice on the bottom, then add some starafoam chips on top of the dry ice.

    be sure to put the ice cream in a plastic back. as dry ice is a chemical and can be harmful to you.

    put the ice cream in, fill up the side's with more starafoam chips, then more dry ice on top.

    you may need to put the proper dry ice chemical stickers on the outside of the box, so the shipping company know's that there is dry ice in there.

    be sure to use well padded gloves when handling dry ice as it will burn your skin if you hold it for too long.

    hope this help you.
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    Originally posted by sanjay
    It's also a waste of money

    A lot better things i can do with 60 bucks than mail someone icecream
    Dry ice = $40
    ice cream = $10
    Express mail = $20
    The happy moment she recived the ice cream and the sweetness = Priceness
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    Originally posted by cy88
    Dry ice = $40
    ice cream = $10
    Express mail = $20
    The happy moment she recived the ice cream and the sweetness = Priceness
    There's something money cannot buy, but for everything else, there's HoFo....and of course money

    Dry ice = 4 dollars
    Icecream = 4 dollars
    Fedex for a 10 lb package to philly = 62 bucks


    but yeah....same idea


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    Originally posted by sanjay
    Dry ice = 4 dollars
    Icecream = 4 dollars
    Fedex for a 10 lb package to philly = 62 bucks


    but yeah....same idea

    hahah ya, u got the idea, those weren't the actual price i believe cuz i'd kill myself before i'll spend $40 on a pack of dry ice....

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