5 Tips To Store Your Ice Melt Bags Safely
In low-temperature areas, ice accumulation during the winter season is a general problem, resulting in accidents all through the season. To tackle it people make use of ice melts or deicer for maintaining traction on ice that is highly important for slippery surfaces. As with any other product, ice melt’s optimal functioning and efficiency in melting ice would depend on how you store and use the product over a slick surface. Thus, such that your ice melt gives cent percent and long-term deicing results, you need to store it properly during periods when it is not in use or its use is not essential. Also, proper storage of ice melt would result in cost savings for you.
Important Aspects To Consider When Storing Ice Melt
Humidity of the place or the room where the ice melt is stored should be a prime consideration as it may cause the ice melt to perform marginally and hamper its effectiveness in melting ice.
Likewise, sunlight can also be eroding the efficiency of your ice melt. Being a chemical, any external treatment or input such as heat or/and water causes the ice melt to react, and the problem with such a reaction is that the ice melt then functions with less efficacy when applied over a slick surface in the next winter season.
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Suggested Here Are Some Tips On Storing Your Ice Melt Bags
1. Best storage practice for unopened ice melt product at the season end:
Supposing you have an unopened ice melt bag at the season end, you may keep or store it as it is. Nevertheless, we advise you to cover the product with a dark wrap to offer an extra layer of protection from moisture. The dark wrap will also prevent the ice melt from turning brittle due to exposure to ultra-violet or UV rays.
2. Storage tip for open ice melt bags:
When you have opened ice melt bags, ensure that you store the same in air-tight containers and away from air, moisture and sunlight. Note you need to fully seal ice melt bags, as, on exposure, they will draw moisture from the air, leading it to harden and degrade in quality. Ice melters with compositions such as magnesium chloride and calcium chloride are hygroscopic and tend to draw moisture from the air.
Safe Paw ice melt on the other hand ensures that you need not make an extra effort in storing the open ice melt bags with its Safe Paw ice melter 35 lbs pail packaging. This is because Safe Paw features an extra layer that checks its reaction with any external element, including air, moisture, and sunlight for that matter. Moreover, Safe Paw ice melt offers a safe way of providing traction on ice in the ice caped regions, enabling mobility in such areas.
3. The appropriate place for storing ice melt:
A controlled environment such as a garage, shed, or basement will be the most appropriate place for storing the ice melt. Some ice melts are packaged or sealed in UV and water-resistant packaging to ensure that they remain safe-guarded against these natural elements.
4. Rule of thumb when storing ice melt:
Ice melt should be kept or preserved in air-tight containers in a humidity-controlled environment and away from sunlight, air and moisture.
5. Choose top quality ice melt product for longer shelf life:
Your optimal storage condition for ice melt will work only if the product is of at least good quality. So, go for better quality ice melt products such that your ice melt does not become damaged during the off-season months.
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