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Where Can I Find Dry Ice?

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Crown rental in Rosemont 651 423 7368 is the only place I know, other crown rentals might. hope this helps. PS any UPS store might also.

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There is a place right on the border of Savage and Burnsville off CR42 called Continental Carbonics-I think it's on Ewing Ave. Try Googling it.

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I second Continental Carbonics. We use them every year for our dry ice on our BWCA trip. LAst week we got 110 lbs. from them Good prices and they will cut it into chunks and wrap it in paper for you.

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Really random question, but I'm actually using it for my grad party, we're putting it in the bottom of my canoe, then regular ice on top of it, as a cooler. Any ideas on how much I need, price, and any tips for what I'm using it for? Thanks guys!

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