Machine and Supplies!
Bring the carnival, circus and the Jersey shore home with this
melt in your mouth classic smell and taste! Carnival and Circus party themes
NEED real cotton candy sights, smells and taste! Silly Nilly (pink) is the
flavor everyone knows and loves. We can special order other flavors/colors for
your event - but we recommend other flavors ONLY if you are selling the cotton
candy and want to entice customers to try another flavor.
Melt in your mouth cotton candy is also known as fairy floss, and angel hair.
See below for the history of this delicious tempting treat!
Floss Boss Cotton Candy Machine
FREE SUPPLIES COME WITH THIS MACHINE......
1- CONTAINER of SILLY NILLY Traditional Flossugar AND cotton candy cones!
Floss Boss is a full size, Cotton Candy
machine at a very low
rental price. • Easy to operate.. . plugs in anywhere. Floss Boss
with Non-Metallic Floss Bowl is a great machine. It’s the most
dependable Cotton Candy machine in the industry. Solid state
heat control, high capacity spinner head,
cool running operation makes it easy. It is recommended
that this (and all
other floss machines,) be operated
with some type of floss bubble to
protect from flying sugar crystals in case someone overloads the
spinner head. We supply the 'double bubble' for maximum protection. The Double
Bubble, the ultimate in protection – simply sits on the top rim of the 26" (66
cm) outside diameter floss bowl.
All Gold Medal Cotton Candy machines are
equipped with four carbon brushes and
contact with the brass slip rings – in a slightly unbalanced sugar load, this
extra hardware helps prevent damage to the brass. Don’t try to “push” these
single heating element floss machines too hard – when you turn the heat “up,”
you may cause too much heat – carbon will form in the heating element and clog
up the ribbons, eventually reducing production completely. Single ribbon
machine, 1080 Watts, 9 Amps, 120 Volts.
We provide a cotton candy rolling cart, (pictured on left,) which puts the cotton
candy at the perfect height for making this delicious treat.
Use Floss Sugar For maximum Cotton Candy,
change colors each time you add sugar to the spinner head. Gold Medal Flossugar
is made from a special sugar – not too fine, not too coarse. Colors have been
“vividized” so that you get a bright color, but color concentrations do not
exceed the limits set down by Food & Drug Administration’s GMP Directives.
Flossugar is packed in sealed 3 1/4 lb. milk cartons. Open the box and pour into
the spinner head–no messy mixing or unsanitary sugar buckets. We often have an
inventory of these Flavors #3201 Boo-Blue #3202 Silly Nilly #3204 Leapin' Lime
#3205 O-Jay #3206 Jolly Berry #3207 Cherry Berry #3218 Banana Bonanza.
Pink Silly Nilly is the standard flavor with the taste and smell everyone
recognizes and enjoys the most!
Our Cotton Candy Flosssugar is Kosher and
marked "K Parave" on the sealed containers.
Cotton Candy Cones Plain
Gold Medal Cotton Candy Cones are the
strongest cones available. They start with tough fibre Southern Kraft paper and
the triple-wrap at the “handle end” assures you the strongest cone available.
Gold Medal pioneered the Cotton Candy Cone over 35 years ago, and still gives
you the best.
Just for your moonwalk party, we supply all the extras you want:
Price quote includes rental, local delivery, setup, instructions, return to our
warehouse, and consumable supplies for your party!
Available models may vary.
Please DON'T clean our machines!
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We stock additional party snack food supplies, so you can buy extra!
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Safety Training Printable Directions!
Cotton Candy making is like being a snake charmer -
except you want to keep the cotton candy snake in the
bowl! Be sure to rotate your fingers clockwise, but your
arm COUNTER CLOCKWISE and you will look like a pro!
Candy Photos - A picture is worth a thousand words . . .
Here is the step by step
setup procedure illustrated with staff photos. It is
still necessary to read the written material, and watch
the video for full understanding of what they are doing
in the photos.
Cotton Candy is done correctly it does not climb up your
arm! Be careful not to overfill the center 'sugar
holder' and don't get it wet under any circumstances!
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Where your goggles for safety while making Cotton Candy!
to put machine in work position.
(this one was used for this demo)
bowl and clear plastic cover go on top of
Put sugar in
machine, turn on buttons. Take long cone,
hold tip inch or two on the pointed end.
into the web of floss.
floss lightly onto the cone
around edge of bowl
not climb when done correctly.
around, don't touch heating dials.
light & airy. Turn off to refill sugar in
the center hole.. Don't overfill sugar.
makes heavy cotton candy.
and Science of Cotton Candy!
Cotton candy looks like
pillows of wool but it melts in your mouth like a snowflake. Silly Nilly
is the traditional flavor and pink is the usual color, OK, cotton candy
may lack the "wow" factor of many other carnival sights, but it does
have its own kind of magic: the magic of food science. Cotton candy
wasn't always kids'
stuff. It goes back to
tables of the European aristocracy and a time when sugar was so rare
that it was kept under lock and key. At that time, spun sugar was an
expensive, labor-intensive endeavor and was not generally available to
the average person.
Common table sugar
changes when heated. Pastry chefs in
Venice created masterpieces with spun sugar. They drizzled the golden
syrup and worked
the warm, pliable sugar threads into different shapes and even entire
scenes, Their artistry decorated plates of preserved fruits
and other desserts.
Spun sugar was a treat for the wealthy—the
sugar and time,
were luxuries for most people.
Cotton candy has traveled the world under a
of names. It's "candy floss"
in Great Britain,
"fairy floss" to the mates in Australia,
barbe a papa,
to the French, and
Italy. The name "cotton candy" didn't become popular until the
Machine-spun cotton candy was invented in 1897 by the dentist William
Morrison and confectioner John C. Wharton and first introduced to a wide
audience at the 1904 World's Fair as "Fairy Floss" with great success,
selling 68,655 boxes at the then-high price of 25¢, half the cost of
admission to the fair (equivalent to $6 today). T Patton of Ringling
Bros Circus, had one in 1900.
Modern cotton candy is
made by heating a part of the machine and forcing the liquid sugar out
little holes while part of the machine spins very fast. The bowl catches
all the cotton candy as the machine spins. The finished product is fine
In Science News Cotton candy is helping researches find
a way to re-grow human tissue, They noticed how cotton
the capillary system.
Cotton Candy machines can be rented for private parties today which make
the same Cotton Candy at circuses, street fairs and carnivals. The
modern cotton candy machine
heatsg a part of the
machine and spins sugar very
quickly pushing the heated sugar out through slits in the rotating head.
The spun sugar is caught in a big bowl topped with a ‘double bubble’
because one bowl collects it while the upside down bowl or cover
protects the children watching the spinning process The operator twirls
the floss onto cotton candy cones to make it easier to hold. Air Castles
And Slides at AirCastleRentals.com can rent you a cotton candy machine
for your party - just like at the Jersey shore boardwalk!
from; Science How Stuff Works
by Christine Venzon,
Wikipedia, About.com, and http://www.licensedinflatable.com/cottoncandy_training_staff.htm
Edible Treats and Party Supplies!
Popcorn machines, Snow-Cone machines and Cotton Candy
machines, all available for rental! Get the WOW factor - kids will run for
popcorn, snow-cones and cotton candy made fresh at your children's party!