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Dry Ice in Kansas City, MO
1.Allied Refrigeration Co
1518 Erie St2.52 mi Kansas City, MO Dry IceIce
Dry Ice Uses: Temperature Sensitive Product Distribution Dry Ice Blast Cleaning Refrigeration During Power Outages Halloween Special Effects
7800 E 12th St Ste 74.92 mi Kansas City, MO Dry IceCleaning ContractorsJanitorial ServicePaint Removing
I brought a car frame and fenders to be blasted to blast-it-clean. I first called around and checked other companies and pricing. When i called blast it clean they gave me an estimate within minutes, i could drop it off anytime of my convenience and pick it up at my leisure, they explained everything that they do and how it is done so i fully understand why they choose to use this media for best practices instead of another. They were the best price in town, and the best quality in town. If i have anything else i need blasted, they have my business.
3.Berry's Arctic Ice & The Popcorner
Topeka, KS Dry IceParty Favors, Supplies & ServicesIce-Wholesale & ManufacturersPopcorn & Popcorn Supplies
I have purchased popcorn at the East Hills Mall location twice when the butter smelled and tasted rancid. The first time I just threw it away. I stopped by another time and the clerk told me that they had changed to a soy based butter and I told her about my previous experience. She said that they were having trouble with some of the younger employees not changing it out like they were suppose to so I ask her if I could try it. She had just changed it out and it tasted great. So here I am again on Dec.4 2016 and the same thing happened again. I hadn't even left the store when I smelled and tasted it so I turned around and ask for a refund but was told that they don't do refunds. She told me that they sell that to customers all day. I told her to keep it and throw it away and I left the store. I know every business likes to save money and not have to throw things out but I'm sure I'm not the only one that has complained about this or not gone back to buy more. There should be some kind of mandatory and consistent changing of the butter so it doesn't go rancid.
Seems like we hit a network glitch.