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No matter how you spell it – snow cone, sno-kone, or sno-cone — it all describes a delicious, refreshing treat. Almost every warm-climate country has its version of a snow cone — a beverage made from crushed ice and flavored syrup.

Electrical Requirements: (1) 110 v 20 amp Circuit
Rental rate is 45.00 up to 8 hours

Tips on Using a Rented Snow Cone Machine
You can make delicious snow cones for your guests or customers using a rented snow cone machine. The following material provides general tips on using a rented snow cone machine. How much Ice will I need? The rule of thumb for ice is 1lb per person. Call Boone Enterprises with any questions, 336-765-6863.

Supplies that you will need in addition to the Sno Cone Machine.
Flavors by the Gallon: Cherry, Grape or Blue Raspberry Syrups. Each will make 100 Servings Conical cups 6oz.
Flavor Pumps these are rented and are premeasured to dispense 1oz of syrup.
Ice, from your local grocery store any cubed Ice will work.
Someone to operate it and that’s it.

Safety tips.
Only plug rented snow cone machine into a grounded outlet of appropriate volts and amps.
Keep fingers and hands away from shaving unit of rented snow cone machine when motor is running.
Insert only ice into the rented snow cone machine’s ice-crushing compartment.
Keep onlookers at an appropriate distance from rented snow cone machine.
An adult should supervise the operation of the rented snow cone machine.

Place the rented snow cone machine on a stable, level surface, such as a table or counter.
To create a more attractive setting, rent a cart specially designed for the snow cone machine.
Make sure to set up the rented snow cone machine near a grounded, electrical source, so that you will not need to use an extension cord, unless approved by the machine’s manufacturer.
Inspect rented snow cone machine to ensure proper placement of all parts.

Plug in and turn on the rented snow cone machine.
Lift the rented snow cone machine’s handle and fill the shaver body, also known as the gooseneck or hopper, about an inch from its top with 3- to 4-inch ice cubes.
If the rented snow cone machine has a drain hole, make sure to place it over a bucket or tray to catch the water from melting ice.
If necessary, depress the motor switch, while firmly pushing down the rented snow cone machine’s handle to crush ice using the cutting head of the machine. Do not force the handle. Too much pressure results in coarse ice, whereas too little pressure makes ice mushy.
Scoop ice into the snow cone container and pump an amount of flavored syrup correct for the container’s size onto the ice.
When finished using the rented snow cone machine, turn off switches.

Clean the rented snow cone machine before returning it to the rental store to avoid additional fees.
Unplug rented snow cone machine.
Use a damp cloth to wipe all surfaces clean.