yes, if you have your fogger set to the short bursts. If you want a steady flow of fog you might want to have a 2nd bottle the amount of time this amount will last is all based on the amount of fog you are trying to get and the fog generator ability to put it out. The more fog the less time it will last.
I have found that the fog is very light and dissipates quickly with any breeze. I have been trying to use this product outside as well and find that I have to run the fog generator on longer burst to get any effect to look right. Your fog generator usually is inside only as well. Be sure you run it where there is no chance of it getting wet or you may have a potential shock issue as well as other problems.
No, I have had lung cancer and now have only 1 lung. I was stuck in a bldg at the fair with the Home Depot fog machine running next to our booth. Needless to say it stopped me up. I had to have one of my kids go get my O2 bottle. It will tighten your chest if you have any kind of sensitivity even though the HD woman told me there was nothing in it to cause this. I don't care what's in it - It made it had for me to breathe. Maybe if it was in a yard or something, but not in a building where the air flow is not very good.
depends on the fog generator and the amount of fog desired.... more fog less time. there is not a set amount of time due to how you use the product vs another. best to test run your fog generator and see how much is used and then guesstimate how long it will last
yes there is a 1 gallon jug of the liquid, locally at my stores it is 18.99 for a gallon