Surfaces Safe Thaw Works On
Winter snow may be beautiful, but it also brings with it some less-than-pleasant and dangerous consequences, such as ice roads and sidewalks. As a result, having the right product for your needs is critical. You need to first comprehend the difference between safe commercial ice melt and rock salt. As well as the fact that different temperatures and surfaces necessitate the use of different products.
The new concrete owners need to be more cautious while choosing the ice melt. Fortunately, there is ice melt for new concrete available in the market. Safe Thaw, commercial ice melt is safe for all surfaces, including concrete, asphalt, wooden decks, and even metal platforms.
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How Safe Thaw Is Safe?
It’s completely safe and biodegradable! Metal, concrete, asphalt, brick, pavers, saw wood, and composites, as well as floors and rugs, are all safe.
It can melt snow even at low temperatures (-2°F). It has a revolutionary dual-effect formula that immediately melts ice by breaking the surface tension. There will be no harm to delicate machinery and expensive equipment because of the short circuit.
Ice-melting products usually leave a salt residue behind, which can build up and cause lasting damage to asphalt, pavements, wood decks, and floors. It is something to keep in mind when using ice melt in your premises this winter.
Being porous, concrete readily absorbs water. Salt damage to concrete is due to chemicals reacting with the road or pavement surface. The effect of the freeze-thaw cycle increases when salt reduces the freezing point of water and raises the pressure of frozen water. Increased salt damage to concrete driveways happens as a result of this.
The main issue with applying calcium chloride, magnesium chloride, or rock salt on wooden steps or decks is that it draws all of the moisture out of the wood, leading to deck cracking when the wood shrinks and expands. When water is absorbed, it shrinks and expands, causing nails to loosen and the wood to deform.
Safe Thaw reduces the freeze-thaw cycle and has no corrosive chemicals. It can be safely used on any surface and does not leave behind any ugly mess. It will not cause any rusting and damage to pavers and indoor floorings. When looking for ice melt for new concrete, get a salt-free and natural product like Safe Thaw.
How To Use Ice Melt?
When it comes to ice melt, timing is everything. Before a snowstorm hits, it’s critical to apply the product. While estimating how much you’ll need before the snow falls is challenging, pre-applying ice melt is essential and has a significant impact on the snow removal procedure and ice melt application cycle.
As a responsible business owner, it becomes your responsibility to care for visitors, guests, and employees. But at the same time, you need to be responsible for your community and environment. By choosing Safe Thaw, you can fulfill all your responsibilities while taking care of pets and plants. This dog-safe ice melt is loved by owners and environmentalists alike.
Other Ice Melt Products
Stay safe on slippery surfaces with a product that’s 100% natural and safe for pets, people, and your property. Use Traction Magic on sidewalks, steps, or as instant traction for your car. Traction Magic provides instant traction on all icy surfaces.
Imagine an ice melt you can put down and never worry about. It won’t harm animals or children, and it won’t damage your property. That’s Safe Paw. Unlike anything else on the market, Safe Paw can change how winter affects our planet.