Ice stored in the storage temperature range will need time to "temper" (or thaw) before adding liquid. Here are 3 tips on how to properly temper your Diamond Arctic Ice -

 

Tip #1 - Tempering Can Help Prevent Cracking

 

Tempering will help prevent your craft ice from cracking.

 

Tip #2 - The Tempering Process Should Take Around 60 Seconds

 

Depending on the storage temperature, an adequate tempering process may take around 60 seconds. The colder the storage temperature, the longer the tempering process will take.

 

Tip #3 - How Do You Know When Your Premium Ice Is Properly Tempered?

 

Tempered ice will appear wet whereas non-tempered ice will feel dry.

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