1. Spread the white tarp on the ground
and then place your clear plastic on top for easy clean up,
the clear plastic is the easier for clean up.
2. Optional: You can tape pool noodles
together and place them underneath the borders of the tarp,
roll them to
create border edge. Using the duct tape, roll into the liner and tape each down.
help to hold the ground cover snow in the 12x15 contained area.
Use 30 pounds of snow polymer powder to cover this area with
snow approximately 1 inch thick.
3. Line your buckets up and fill them
with water 5”-6” from the top of the bucket.
4. Add about 1 to 1.5 cups of the powder
snow into your bucket with water.
Start with 1 cup and then add another
˝ cup if necessary.
5. Mix each 5 gallon bucket with the
paddle bit until it is the consistency you like for your snow ground
Toss the mixed bucket onto the prepared tarp area and then move
onto your next bucket to stir.
It will take about 45 minutes – 1 hour to mix and spread the ground
cover snow out onto the tarp.
An assembly line works well.
Keep mixing and spreading the snow ground cover until all of the
powder snow mixtures is gone.
Depending on how many cups of snow powder you use will determine
how big of an area it will cover.
(Pre-mixing the buckets before using the paddle bit seems to help
the assembly line move faster)
6. When you are finished you can separate
the clear plastic from the tarp and pool noodles and simple roll
clear plastic with the snow mixture and throw away in the trash. Clean and pack up the white
7. Complete set up time from start to
finish will take around 1-2 hours to complete.
Start early and have your
plan ready. Ask questions before and you will have a great time.