Diamond Crystal Winter Melt Rock Salt



1. Remove excess slush and snow. 2. Apply 1/2 to 1 cup winter melt per square yard. 3. After melted, remove slush and excess ice melter. Remove slush and as much loose snow as possible before ice melter application. Spread winter melt evenly across surface area. Apply 1/2-1 cup per square yard, descending on ice thickness and air temperature, as needed. Reapply as necessary. When ice and snow soften, remove slush and any excess ice melter from pavement for good concrete maintenance. Storage information: Salt crystals contain sodium chloride, which may harden and cake if exposed to moisture. Close and reseal container tightly to keep product dry, or place in a moisture-proof container. Store in a dry place. Always store ice melters out of reach of children and pets.



Diamond Crystal® Winter Melt® Rock Salt. The Ice Melt Standard®. Melts ice down to: 5 degrees F (-15 degrees C). For more ice melter information. See www.diamondorystalsalt.com.

Other Description

High capacity ice meter. Blend of large and small melting for extended melting action. Helps provide instant traction on snow and ice. Natural mineral. Contains: 100% salt (sodium chloride) CAS No 7647-14-5. Processed and packaged in the USA. Ice melting crystals. For MSDS, stain test results, and other information and best practices, visit www.diamondcrystalsalt.com, or call: 1-800-428-4244.


Caution: use as directed.
Precautions and best practices:
Diamond Crystal winter Melt is not intended for human or animal consumption. If ingested, drink water. If discomfort occurs or persists, contact your doctor or veterinarian.
Winter Melt ice melter may be used to remove snow and ice from concrete sidewalks, parking lots and asphalt surfaces. However, all ice-melting agents work by reducing the freezing point of water. This may result in more frequent freeze-thaw cycling of the melted snow and ice, which can cause surface scaling of concrete. As such, use only on properly placed, cured and sealed, air-entrained concrete. To lessen the possibility of freeze-thaw cycling and potential damage, promptly remove slush as it is formed. Do not use on porous or improperly cured concrete, concrete less than one year old, precast concrete items, masonry, mortar, wood or other porous materials. As with any ice-melting agent, particular care should be used when grass and vegetation are adjacent to the deicing surface as excess application may cause damage.
Consumer uses this product at his/her own risk.