How much snow powder do you need to create the look you're after?
That's a tough question! It depends on the size of the area you want to fill, the depth and the ground type.
Assuming you have a rectangular or square space on a hard ground, use the following calculation:
Width x Length x Height (in metres) x 1000. This gives you the number of litres required. Divide that by 60 to get the number of kilograms of dry snow powder required.
For example - a 1m x 2m box at 5cm depth would be:
1x2x0.05 = 0.1m³
0.1 x 1000 = 100 litres
100 / 60 = 1.66 kg of snow powder
If you're using the snow on grass, you'll need more as you'll lose quite a bit into the grass, unless you want to see the grass sprouting through.
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