Our grass safe ice melt offers you the greatest safety while requiring the least amount of time and effort.
Snow and ice accumulations may be broken up by the exothermic heat generated by our unique calcium chloride pellets.
These ice melt pellets are effective down to temperatures as low as -25 degrees Fahrenheit and prevent further freezing.
In addition to this, these magnesium chloride pellets do not corrode concrete, they do not leave behind a residue, and they do not damage grass.
Warning: Not for Food Use.
The following is a list of some of the features and benefits that you may anticipate receiving as a result of making use of these snow ice melting pellets:
Effectively melts snow, frost, and ice quickly.
Using calcium chloride pellets safe for concrete, in accordance with the instructions, will not damage concrete.
Lawn safe ice melt is effective down to a temperature of -25 degrees Fahrenheit.
Exothermic heat is generated in order to break through thick formations of ice.
Grass safe ice melt pellets provide a speedy and cost-effective method for melting undesirable ice and snow at temperatures as low as -25 degrees Fahrenheit.
The potent mixture of calcium, potassium, and sodium chloride will melt 46 times its weight and is capable of melting at a rate that is 36 times quicker than rock salt.
These grass friendly ice melt pellets will not corrode concrete and will not kill grass when used as directed.
Blacktop, concrete, cement, wood, brick, flagstone, and tar are among the surface types that are compatible with calcium chloride pellets ice melt.
Ice melt that is safe for grass loosens a vast region of ice by releasing heat and spreading horizontally beneath the ice formation.
Even in subzero conditions, melted snow and ice will not refreeze for up to 12 hours.
There is a range of application rates available, and the melting action and amount are both determined by the temperature and the depth of the snow and ice.
When temperatures are over 5 degrees Fahrenheit, use half a pound to one pound per square yard of ice.
At 0 degrees F, use 1-2 pounds. With a shovel, mechanical spreader or scoop, uniformly distribute the product throughout the surface.
After the grass safe ice melt pellets have broken through the ice layer and released it, you should clean up the melted slush.
Use a mechanical spreader, scoop, or shovel designed for distributing in a sparingly and equally distributed manner.
50 pound and 100 pound.