Sno-Foam has been used to make realistic and long lasting snow effects on productions like The Tonight Show, Totally Hidden Video, and The Family Hour. It’s so realistic, it can make beautifully landscaped homes look completely “snowed in”—even in sunny Los Angeles.
Sno-Foam is composed of water, organic air-entrainment compounds, stabilizers, and coupling agents—all of which are listed in The Index of Cosmetic Ingredients as 100% biodegradable. It’s non-toxic to people, plants, and animals and won’t stain clothing or harm surfaces that are safe in contact with water.
It’s so safe, it has been approved for use by the U.S. Forest Service. Sno-Foam has been used in Yellowstone and Yosemite National Parks, Griffith Park in Los Angeles, and Stanley Park in Vancouver.
One gallon of Sno-Foam concentrate can produce 3,000 gallons (400 cu. ft.) of light, fluffy snow.
To remove Sno-Foam simply spray covered surfaces with water. Sno-Foam will disappear except for a tiny amount of fine, white, 100% biodegradable residue, which can be swept up or rinsed away with water.