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You don't need a lot of salt to keep ice and snow at bay, but you do need to prepare

Applying heavy layers of sodium chloride will not make the snow or ice melt faster. A handful per square yard is all you need.

Global™ Universal Spreader 100 Lb. Capacity

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Ice Melt Guide & Comparison Chart

Chemical Blend Ice Melt Works Down To Concrete Safe Child Safe Pet Safe Vegetation Safe
Calcium Chloride 17° to -25°
Rock Salt 17° to -25°

Understand what you need to do for a safe winter

Shovel often

Remove as much snow and ice as possible before any deicers are applied. Rock salts and deicers work best when there is only a thin layer of ice or snow to melt.

Buy early

Rock salts and deicers sell out early and fast. You’ve probably waited too long to buy your rock salt and deicers and were stuck watching ice and snow accumulate. Stock up now. You'll always use it.

Protecting plants and other flora

If you want to protect shrubbery, plants and vegetation, check to see which of your plants and trees are salt sensitive. If they are not, any rock salt is fine. If they are, look for environmentally friendly products that have no chlorides. Be aware that urea products contain nitrogen, which is bad for the water supply, and they do not perform well below 20 F.

Landscaping at risk from salting

Deciduous Trees: Tulip poplar, Green ash, Hickory, Red maple, Sugar Maple

Conifers: Balsam fir, White pine, Hemlock, Norway Spruce

Shrubs: Dogwood, redbud, hawthorn, rose, spirea

Grasses: Kentucky bluegrass, Red fescue