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5 Reasons Why You Should Use Safe Thaw

Winter brings with it a slew of hazards: snowstorms, power outages, slick roads, and ice-covered sidewalks. We understand how important it is to keep your visitors, clients, and staff safe...


 

Why Safe Paw Is The Best Ice Melt In The Market

Maintaining your driveway and walkways clear of ice and snow can be difficult if you live in a location with freezing temperatures. Furthermore, many ice melt solutions have the potential...


 

Why Do Salt And Ice Together Burn The Skin?

While salt is a common way of melting snow and ice, it poses some health concerns to humans and animals. There are also more adverse effects to be cautious of,...


 

Removing Ice Melt Residue: Why And How

Here’s a fact, every year, the number of accidents is caused due to ice and snow. That’s why using an environmentally friendly deicer has become crucial. However, while ice melts...


 

Ice Melt – You’re Doing It All Wrong: What To Buy And Why

Ice manages to crawl into your driveway and sidewalks despite your best attempts with shovels and plows. Even while winter brings with it festivities and a good time, we all...


 

Why You Should NOT Use Chloride Based Ice Melts

This chloride-based magnesium ice melt works well in cold weather. But when the temperature falls drastically, the melting process slows and may even come to a halt. To put it...


 

3 Reasons Why Buying Ice Melt Is An Investment

It’s best to start thinking about ice melt even before the arrival of snowy white winters. Choosing the correct ice melt for your business will help you achieve the best...


 

Why You Should Invest In Ice Melt

With winter only a few months away, many homeowners are stocking up on deicer to protect themselves from potential damage as well as to protect crucial portions of the garden...


 

Magnesium Chloride Ice Melt Is Dangerous To People And Pets

Dangers of Magnesium Chloride Ice Melt This chloride-based magnesium ice melt does work in extreme colds. When the temperature drops below about 15 degrees Fahrenheit, the melting process slows significantly...