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Old 08-22-2011, 03:00 AM   #21
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I'm finding it does help some, even sans fan (I've never tried a fan on it). It's 85 in here and 72 in my bucket with a wet blanket on. The apfelwein, which does not have a wet blanket on it, is almost 78.

It takes electricity to make ice, too Either the ice makers' or yours.
Im gonna make the Yooper rig... good call on the cost of ice, its certainly not free, unless you live in Antarctica, or Canada I need a gallon of ice twice a day to hold 60s in my 90 degree garage using my rubbermaid chest, and im betting I could get away with a 2 liter bottle once a day in an ice chest
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