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Cotton Candy Machine

Salina's Cotton Candy Machine Rental

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Cotton candy sugar and cones are sold separately. Each container of cotton candy sugar will make approximately 60-70 cones. Cones are included with the purchase of cotton candy sugar. Cotton candy sugar flavors include Boo Blue, Spookie Fruit, Cherry Berry, and Bubblegum. 

Length: 26 1/2"
Width: 26 1/2"
Height: 20"

•  1-2 cones per minute
•  Draws 10 Amps
•  1250 Watts on 120 Volts
•  15 Amp plug

The cotton candy machine power cord is approximately 3 feet long. The further the machine is from the power source, the harder it is for the machine to run properly. 

 The cotton candy machine is a one-day rental. The cotton candy machine is available for in-store pick-up or delivery. Typically, delivery of this item is before 12pm on the day of the event. Pick-up of the cotton candy machine, typically, is before 12pm on the day following the event. Additionally, the cotton candy machine can be picked up in-store, typically, anytime between 10:30 am and 4 pm on the day of the event and must be returned between 10:30 am and 12 pm on the day following the event.

Place machine on a stable surface, such as a table.
Loosen two set screws on top sides of machine.
Set tub over center of machine.
Pour sugar floss mixture into spinner.  Fill spinner ½ full.
Wet inside of tub (opposite the spinner only) with water.  This will cause candy to adhere to the tub rather than fly around in the air.
1. Turn on the motor switch.
2. Turn on the heat switch.
3. Turn the control knob until a medium flow of candy is coming from the spinner.  (Approximately the center of the range.)
4. Slowly rotate a cone clockwise and catch the cotton candy as it is moving toward the outside of the tub while turning the cone counter clockwise in your hand.
5. When the spinner needs to be refilled, turn off the motor and heat switches.
6. Please remember to turn both switches on and off at the same time or else damage to machine may occur.
7. Refill the spinner and repeat the above steps to make additional cotton candy.
8. Never leave the motor and heat switches on if not making cotton candy, as damage to the machine may occur.
1. Turn off heat switch and allow to cool while unit is running approx 5 minutes.
2. Unplug from power source.
3. Remove any remaining cotton candy from the tub.
NOTE:Two people work best – one to make the cotton candy and one to dispense them and collect payment.

Tips on How to Make Cotton Candy
At your next big get-together, block party, birthday bash, or fundraising function make sure that you rent a cotton
candy machine! Here’s an easy way to making this sweet-tooth treat that will make you the hit of the party.
Using a damp cloth, moisten the inside of the floss pan. This will cause floss to adhere to the pan.
After following the operating instructions, you are ready to begin making the floss. Pay attention to the direction of
the floss as it is spun off the floss head. It should be thrown against and adhere to the side of the floss pan.
Attached to the top plate of the spinner head are two floaters - these give additional air current for floss control. Twisting
the leading edge of the floaters down will give more lift and floss will go upward - twisting down, the floss will go
down. Practice will give good control.
To pick up floss, once you practice, you can become an expert at rolling the web of candy onto the cone. Pick up the
cone, holding it an inch or two at the pointed end between your two fingers and thumb. With a light flicking action,
break into the web of floss that is building up in the pan. Usually some floss will stick to the cone, if not, brush the cone
over a damp sponge first. Lift up the cone with the ring of floss attached, and, by rotating the cone, wind the floss onto
it. Do not roll floss on the cone inside the floss pan, roll it on outside of the pan only.
When you have practiced a bit, you might rather prefer to lift the ring of floss out of the pan with a flick of the wrist,
turn the ring into a figure 8 and whip it around onto the cone. This leaves air pockets making it appear that you are
building a bigger web.
When stopping operation for the day or any prolonged period, it is a good idea to run all of the sugar out of the floss
head. When empty, turn heat to the highest setting for approximately one minute to remove carbon from the ribbons.
Never allow water to enter the floss head. A damp cloth will be sufficient to wipe off floss head after use, but be sure to
unplug main electrical supply cord first. Make sure all parts are dry before resuming operation.