Ice-A-Way Rock Salt Ice Melter
Rock Salt Ice Melter
Weight: 25 lb (11.3 kg)
We recommend 1/2 cup per square yard. For best results, remove slush that forms. During snowfalls, sprinkle Ice-A-Way to prevent accumulation of ice and snow. Once snowfall has stopped, remove excess. Not recommended on brick or flagstone walkways containing mortar joints or masonry. Do not use on concrete less than one year old.
Halite. The economical and effective way to melt ice & snow. Effective to +5 degrees F (-15 degrees C). Common Uses: walkways, sidewalks, driveways, steps, porches, used as automobile tire traction, making ice cream and as a quick coolant. Melting ice & snow! Sprinkle Ice-A-Way evenly on sidewalks, driveways, steps, porches and any other walkway to easily melt ice and snow. Improve tire traction! Use Ice-A-Way generously under wheels when an auto is trapped on ice or stuck in snow. Ice-A-Way should assist automobile tires to gain traction. Cool beverages faster! Ice-A-Way can be used during warm weather to quickly cool down your favorite beverages, When using an ice tub, generously sprinkle Ice-A-Away on top of the ice where cans or bottles are to be placed. The tub will cool down quicker and to a lower temperature. Make ice cream with ease! It's true! You can make delicious homemade ice cream with Ice-A-Way and an ice cream maker. The proper mixture of rock salt and ice produces a temperature of -6 degrees F. Simply crush 8 parts ice and top with a layer of 1 part Ice-A-Way. Repeat until freezer is well packed. Operate until cream is frozen. For best results, draw off excess brine, remove ice cream unit and repack freezer as above with 3 parts ice and 1 part Ice-A-Way. Product of Canada.
Contains: Sodium Chloride.
Did you know? Any product that melts ice and snow may cause concrete surfaces to deteriorate faster and may be harmful to vegetation, including flower beds, shrubs, trees, or grass. For the best results, be sure to use only the recommended amount of rock salt and remove slush regularly. The potential for concrete damage should always be weighed against the potential for injury from slipping on ice.
ManufacturerNorth American Salt Company/Compass Minerals
Overland Park, KS 66210