Cra-Z-Art Disney Frozen 2 Slushy Treat Maker
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It's not necessary to buy ice, you can make it yourself. I bought a mini ice cube tray to make it myself
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Although charming to look at, this is not useful at all. Ice is made in special cups with special grinders that catch the ice, but the grinders are too shallow so they just slip. For a grown man to push the handle down and crank, his entire weight needs to be behind it. Then, once you get shaved ice, you split it in half and put it in two ridiculously small fancy cups barely big enough to hold a tablespoon each. Well, this is a waste of money, so remember to pass on it! The only way I could give negative stars is to do so.
My 5 year old granddaughter was very disappointed when I tried to make slushes and they did not work.
As I discovered how badly engineered the product is, I was extremely disappointed. that you make ice cubes in the cups that come with the machine. After freezing the cubes, they have ridges that SHOULD interlock with the grinding head, which would allow you to cut the icee, but it does not. After grinding the ice for a while, the grinder just keeps spinning on top of the ice until it melts completely and the grinder has no grooves to hold onto. After waiting hours for the ice to freeze, you can't shave it because the grinder only scrapes the top of the ice until it is so smooth it will not shave it. Actually, it occupies more time than it is fun. Spending money on useless things is a waste of time. There is no comparison to the ice shaver from the old school. I would give this a negative star if I could.
There isn't a lot of point to The ice has to freeze exactly in the cups provided, otherwise the drink won't be able to be made. The use of loose ice is prohibited.
I watched my granddaughter put her hand in the ice crushing area to figure out if all the ice was crushed or if some of it remained, and she got a nasty cut on her finger that took 10 minutes or more *That said, I would like to reiterate the following It's the craziest thing she has ever seen. One of her friends also owns one of them, and they fondly recall it, which is why she asked for one. How in the world can that be? One of these only makes about one-half of a cup Two tablespoons of slushy at a time, and we didn't put flavor syrup in the compartments on the sides, since they looked too difficult to clean.
The ice must also be partially crushed if they are to function properly Ice from the refrigerator ice crusher was used. Having worked on machinery and grinded up semi-conductors at the age of 9, she was able to manage the mechanics easily In case you were wondering, she kept tapping the ice on her finger before putting her finger inside of Olaf. Once it stopped bleeding and was bandaged she used a sharpie to write a warning around Olaf's head not to put your fingers in. To make 1 tablespoon slushies, follow these steps As a result, I am going to award it with (I'll post an update if she only uses it a few times. still contend that there are better, safer ice crushers that take whole ice cubes and have larger cups.
I Likewise, I'll let you know if they get back to me.
Despite its poor quality, this is a cheaply made product. After the crank broke after a few hours of using the product, the picture appeared to look nothing like what I actually received. Previous customers have given it a negative review. Don't waste your money on this product.
I just love how cute this thing is! There are no words for how much my daughter loves Even though it's a little hard to turn (because she's almost 6 but she's really lazy), it's perfect for shaving ice. Here's how we've been using juice You can find lemonade, watermelon, cotton candy, and orange in all different flavors. So, what do you think? It's definitely something I would.
It is made of hard plastic, and is used to shave ice For safety reasons, I assume that While we did about the same as we could have been, we failed to save the ice "puck. ". We used a grater to make the whole thing, and the kids enjoyed it.