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40 lb. Coated Granular Ice Melt with Calcium Chloride Pellets

$25.70 /each
  • Corn-based inhibitor minimizes corrosive effects
  • Will not go bad, good to use year after year
  • Packed in handy, no-rip box with carry handles

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This dynamic ice melter combines three powerful ingredients to start melting immediately. A liquid magnesium chloride granular base is coated with a corn-based inhibitor to reduce corrosion and ensure faster action at lower temperatures while heat-generating calcium chloride pellets add extra strength.

  • Unique tri-blend formulation yields fast melting results on ice and snow
  • Formulated with magnesium chloride liquid on a sodium chloride base
  • Formulation includes powerful heat-generating calcium chloride pellets
  • Fast-acting formula goes to work immediately
  • Stores easily
  • Less spillage

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Is it safe to use on concrete or will it dissolve it?

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It is safe to use on cured concrete.
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Can this be used on wood decks?

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I suggest using our liquid deicer on wooden and composite decking because it is virtually non corrosive.
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Rated 2.3 out of 5 by 3 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Horrible! Product clumps like solid rock and is impossible to spread. Had to hammer it and it barely made a dent. What little could be spread did not melt the ice. Definitely a poor purchase. February 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DO NOT BUY FOR CONCRETE Bought this product thinking it would be safer on concrete based on product information ,this product destroyed my driveway and walkways , followed instructions ,stay away do not make the same mistake I DID February 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A Homeowners Delight. This is an ice melting product which is combined with some salt. It works very well and remains awhile if there is further snow. There are many products out there but here is one that easy on the wallet and gives very good results. February 25, 2014
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