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Soft, fluffy, sweet cotton candy piled high and sure to delight. Everyone loves this sugary confection. Sure to add to the excitement of your next big event!

Electrical Requirements: (1) 110 v 20 amp Circuit
Rental rate is 50.00 up to 8 hours

What supplies will I need to make Cotton Candy?
Cotton candy machine. Although all rented cotton candy machines perform the same basic function, various units may offer different features. Cotton candy machines having handles that lock the machine’s head in place for transportation when in the up position and free the machine for use when in the down position, help aid in their setup. Some other desirable features in a rented cotton candy machine include variable heating, and easy-to- use controls.
Cotton candy stand, cart or cabinet. When you rent a cotton candy machine, you will need a place to put it. Any stable table or counter will do. However, by renting a stand, cart or cabinet specially designed for the cotton candy machine, you not only have a place for the cotton candy machine, but it also advertises the cotton candy you will make. These stands, carts and cabinets usually have the words, “Cotton Candy,” decoratively written on them. They also often have wheels for mobility and shelving areas for storing extra supplies. Cotton candy cones. Paper cones allow you to gather the cotton candy you make into small amounts for individual sales.
Cotton candy plastic bags. Boone Enterprises carries clear or printed plastic bags that you can use for storing the cotton candy until someone purchases it. Pinning bags of cotton candy around a booth, not only keeps the treats clean, but also helps to attract buyers. In addition, if you make the cotton candy for a birthday party, these plastic bags provide a convenient way for your guests to take the cotton candy home.
Cotton candy floss. The sugar used to make cotton candy, called floss, comes in a variety of flavors, such as blue raspberry or cherry. The flavor of cotton candy that you choose to make also determines its color.
Someone to operate it and that’s it.

How to Use a Rented Cotton Candy Machine
A rented cotton candy machine turns sugar into cotton candy by first heating the sugar until it becomes a liquid. The spinning head on the cotton candy machine contains little holes. As the head spins, it forces the liquid sugar out through the holes. As the liquid cools, it creates threads of cotton candy. The following material provides general information on how to use a rented cotton candy machine. Boone Enterprises can provide you with specific instructions for using your rented cotton candy machine.

Safety tips.
Only plug rented cotton candy machine into a grounded outlet of appropriate volts and amps.
Only lift rented cotton candy machine by its handles. Do not lift it by its spinning head.
Do not touch spinning head on rented cotton candy machine.
Keep onlookers at an appropriate distance from rented cotton candy machine.
An adult should supervise the operation of the rented cotton candy machine.

Place the rented cotton candy machine on a stable, level surface, such as a table or counter. To create a more attractive setting, rent a cart, stand or cabinet specially designed for the cotton candy machine.
Make sure to set up the rented cotton candy machine near a grounded, electrical source, so that you will not need to use an extension cord, unless approved by the manufacturer of the rented cotton candy machine.
Inspect rented cotton candy machine to ensure all parts are in place and that it is not in the transportation mode.

Use a clean, damp cloth to moisten the inside of the floss pan on the rented cotton candy machine to help the floss adhere to it.
Use only sugar (floss) provided with the Cotton Candy Machine. Fill floss pan 90 percent full with sugar.
Plug in and turn on the rented cotton candy machine.
After initial warm-up, adjust heat on the rented cotton candy machine to optimum setting.
Reduce temperature if smoking occurs.
Hold the pointed end of a cotton candy cone between two fingers and thumb.
Use a light flicking motion to break into the web of floss with cone.
Use the cone to lift up the floss over the pan before winding the floss around the cone.
Turn the cone in a figure-eight pattern to gather a larger web of floss.

Clean the rented cotton candy machine if you do not plan to use it again for several hours.
Run all of the sugar out of the floss head on the rented cotton candy machine.
Turn on heating element of the rented cotton candy machine for about a minute to remove any remaining sugar.
Unplug the rented cotton candy machine.
Use a damp cloth to wipe floss head on rented cotton candy machine. Do not immerse floss head in water or place it under running water.
Dry the rented cotton candy machine thoroughly.
Wash the rented cotton candy machine’s bowl and bubble.