If you have a model with the self cleaning cycle, use a capful of vinegar or lemon juice with water before running the self cleaning feature. If you have a model that does not offer the self cleaning cycle, it is best to run your first few cycles with a capful of vinegar or lemon juice and water. Then, make sure that you empty the water reservoir and run a few cycles with clean water to take care of any plastic taste from manufacturing. This process can also be used from time to time to help keep your ice maker clean from impurities and help with calcium buildup caused by hard water.
Courtesy of Air & Water, Inc. website.
Depending on what brand of machine you use, portable ice machines usually make around 25 to 35 pounds of ice per day. Your budget will influence what brand you get, and therefore the production of the machine. For some examples: An Emerson Portable Ice Maker makes 26 pounds per day, a Koldfront Portable Countertop Ice Maker makes 28 pounds per day, and a WindChaser ICM15S makes 29 pounds per day.
Dry ice can be bought in local grocery stores. However you can also produce your own dry ice through a portable dry ice maker. Certain portable dry ice makers are capable of producing 1-lb blocks of dry ice within a minute. Portable dry ice makers also don't occupy so much space since they are usually attached to CO2 containers and are not huge floor standing equipments. So allocating space for this equipment isn't a problem. It is advised to be fully informed on the safety precautions in handling dry ice before making your own at home. Check the link below, there is an article that discusses the perks of a portable dry ice maker comprehensibly.
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