Snow Cone Machines
From little to big, Gumballs.com has the range of snow Cone machines needed to select a truly optimum situation for making money from frozen water. Snow Cone Machines make it possible to have a blizzard in summer - in your living room, on the porch, or anywhere else people like to sit and eat Snow Cones. Snow cone machines are a modern day vending miracle enabling you to turn frozen water into money with ease - what could be a better way to make money than that? Freeze the water, shave it, flavor it and sell it. Yum. Customers love it, customers will pay for it, and return on Investment can be quite high, almost like that of Cotton Candy. Gumballs.com is the #1 store for commercial snow cone machines built to order. We have a low price guarantee and no sales tax! The commercial quality snow cone and shaved ice machines sold by Gumballs.com all are brand new with original manufacturer warranty.
How do Snow Cone Machines Work?
The number 1 most important part of a snow cone machine is the ice shaver, which takes cubes of ice and makes them edible. Once the ice is shaved into pillowy snow, the rest is up to the server who scoops the snow into the serving dish, tops it with tasty syrup, collects the price, smiles at the customer and says "please enjoy".
How to Use a Snow Cone Machine?
In general, instructions look something like the following:
- Fill the gooseneck an inch from the top with ice cubes or 3"x4" pieces of ice (the larger the ice chunks, the better the snow).
- Turn the power switch to the ON position. Apply steady downward pressure to the pusher handle to make the best snow. Practice will teach you to know when to stop pressing. This allows the ice to resettle against the shaver head. Too much pressure will result in snow that is coarse; too little pressure will make the snow mushy.
- Do NOT force the handle.
- Scoop and serve the ice, adding flavor after the ice is in a cone.
- Unplug snow cone machine when not in use.
- Do not put anything other than ice on the gooseneck. Doing so may damage the blades.
- Keep fingers away from the shaver body when motor is running to prevent injury.