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Ice Melter in High Demand

Need to buy ice melter for your driveway, sidewalk, home or business? We have ice melter in stock. Click here for immediate delivery. November 2008–Ice melt salt and driveway ice melter suppliers are gearing up for winter, and things are looking to come in a little short. Recent reports from the major suppliers of ice […]

Need to buy ice melter for your driveway, sidewalk, home or business? We have ice melter in stock. Click here for immediate delivery.

November 2008–Ice melt salt and driveway ice melter suppliers are gearing up for winter, and things are looking to come in a little short.

Recent reports from the major suppliers of ice melt products for both business and residential are letting retail locations know that salt this winter 2008 and 2009 could be in short supply sooner rather than later.

The problem is the salt mines were shut down and slowed down during hurricanes that hit the southern portions of the US earlier this summer. In addition to salt mines being impacted, delivery routes up and down the Mississippi river were halted for quite a while and that has caused a backup that cannot be overcome.

The impact will be faced mostly in regards to larger users of ice melt products, that being local streets and sanitation operations in Norhtern areas. There have even been reports of ice melter and rock salt being stolen from city stock piles.

Whoever would have thought that rock salt used to melt ice from roads would be something someone would want to steal and re-sell. But that seems to be some of the times we live in.

The good news is that we have researched and found a supplier of ice melter products that has quite a bit still in stock for the winter season. This supplier can handle large loads (pallets) of ice melter for business and industrial use, as well as safe ice melter (calcium chloride blends) for residnetial. They have 40-pound buckets of ice melt ready to be delivered to customers in the midwest and other areas that report heavy ice melt and snow conditions.

For more information on ice melter supply or to order ice melt for your home or business, click here.

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Ice Melter Supply and Ice Melt Info, Where to Buy Ice Melter

Need to Buy Ice Melter? Click Here for our supplier who still has some left in stock! You can get buckets or even larger quanitities for commercial applications. click here to get your ice melter now   Ice Melter Basics Good old fashioned salt is sometimes used to melt ice or as an ice melter. […]

Need to Buy Ice Melter?

Click Here for our supplier who still has some left in stock!

You can get buckets or even larger quanitities for commercial applications.

click here to get your ice melter now

 

Ice Melter Basics

Good old fashioned salt is sometimes used to melt ice or as an ice melter. Whether placed on your front porch to thwart ice buildup, or mixed into your mint-chocolate chip, adding salt lowers the melting or freezing point of water. How Freezing Point Depression Works — Ice Melter In Action

When you add salt (table salt is known in the chemistry world as sodium chloride) to water, you are dissolving foreign particles into that water. We need something with minus zero melting power!
Here are a few other “mixes” or “formulations” that can melt ice better than rock salt:

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Calcium chloride is a popular ice melting combination and can melt ice down to 25 degrees below freezing. Magnesium chloride is very much similar to calcium chloride. Potassium chloride and urea. So what’s the best choice in ice melter?
Most ice melting products and ice melting salt and ice melter you can buy or have delivered contain mixtures of some or all of the above. Driveway ice melter is going to be in a shortage this season so buy your early pleaese.

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Ice Melter Predicted In Short Supply

I have seen it all over the news already: ice melter is going to be in short supply for winter 2008 and 2009. But you don’t need to worry. Hopefully you have found this site soon enough and can still order ice melter from my trusted suppliers. I know that I have gone around to […]

I have seen it all over the news already: ice melter is going to be in short supply for winter 2008 and 2009.

But you don’t need to worry. Hopefully you have found this site soon enough and can still order ice melter from my trusted suppliers.

I know that I have gone around to all the local big box home improvement stores and seen that they are beginning to stock up on snow shovels and snow blowers, but so far, I have not seen any ice melting products like calcium chloride.

where to order ice melter:

When you do get your ice melter delivered from my supplier, just be sure to follow the directions printed on the label and put down the proper amounts. We don’t want you to damage your grass or shrubs by over-applying ice melter to your driveway or sidewalk.

Safe ice melter is only safe when applied the correct way, according to manufacturer instructions.

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Deicers and Deicing salt info

deicers and deicing salts are terms used for ice melt and ice melter. Deicing salt is most normally not salt at all but rather, calcium chloride mix. deicers made with calcium chloride will help the deicing product to work at lower temperatures and continue to melt ice when other products like rock salt would cease […]

deicers and deicing salts are terms used for ice melt and ice melter. Deicing salt is most normally not salt at all but rather, calcium chloride mix.

deicers made with calcium chloride will help the deicing product to work at lower temperatures and continue to melt ice when other products like rock salt would cease to melt the ice.

when buying deicers for your driveway, you should always follow directions on the label. Don’t be careless!

deicers work well but you need to get your deicing salt early!

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Ice Melter Mixes and Varieties: Know What to Buy

Get your ice melter products early this year! Consumer agencies are predicting shortages nation wide in the US. Ice Melting products come in many varieties: Calcium Chloride, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Chloride, and Urea. No matter which you choose or where you buy them, there are some common rules to follow when applying ice melter.*Don’t over apply […]

Get your ice melter products early this year! Consumer agencies are predicting shortages nation wide in the US.

Ice Melting products come in many varieties: Calcium Chloride, Sodium Chloride, Potassium Chloride, and Urea. No matter which you choose or where you buy them, there are some common rules to follow when applying ice melter.*Don’t over apply the product. Ice melter is not “snowblower in a bag!” Follow the instructions on the label all the time, everytime.

*Don’t try to melt away a foot deep snow accumulation. Once again, ice melter is not “Snow Shovel in a bucket!” Before applying ice melting products, shovel away the majority of the snow that has built up.

* Don’t apply ice melt with your bare hands. Use a scooper. When you buy buckets of ice melt here, they come is a plastic scoop included for spreading the product.

*Make sure the container is tightly sealed when storing your ice melter. Ice melt products will absord moisture from the air and harden up, rendering them unusable.

*Don’t apply any ice melt product on top of new concrete that has not fully cured.

*All products will have an impact on vegetation like grass or shrubs. Be careful not to throw ice melting products onto plants or lawns directly. After winter is over, spring rains and melting snow will most normally take care of any buildup as long as you have not over-applied the product.

*Try to spread a thin layer of ice melt prior to snow and ice storms. This will make your shoveling and snow blowing easier in the long run.

You can purchase ice melting products by clicking here. Get them before the next snow storm and be sure to ask about free delivery.

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