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Ice Melt

9 lb. shaker jug
$27.95
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Ice melter for concrete

The cooler way towards a safer winter

Safer melting power for your concrete, driveways and asphalt.

Melting ice with less hassle

Natural Alternative® Ice Melt is a non-toxic, biodegradable, pet-friendly and superior ice melting agent that is safer for the environment. Safer for pets and paws, Ice Melt provides you with the peace of mind of ice-free concrete, driveways, walkways and patios with three times the melting power of traditional salt products and none of the headache. Natural Alternative® Ice Melt instantly starts breaking down dangerous ice and snow patches, remaining effective to -16°F without damaging your lawn of hardscapes.

Pet & Lawn Approved

Use Ice Melt before a winter storm to make ice and snow cleanup a breeze, and keep some in your vehicle to always stay on the go, no matter the weather. Safer for concrete and lawns, runoff from our Ice Melt won't burn or brown grass or plants, and it won't hurt aquatic life. Traditional rock salt products can heat up to 175°F, causing severe damage to the paws of pets and wildlife, in addition to ingestion dangers. Natural Alternative® Ice Melt is produced as a safer alternative to traditional rock salt, with a special activator coating designed to jump-start the snow and ice melting process. It leaves no greasy residue and has a long shelf life.

Person shoveling snow with Ice Melt

How to use Ice Melt

Maximize the melt on concrete with these easy instructions.

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Product Information

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For best results, apply before a storm begins. To melt existing snow and ice, remove as much snow as possible, and apply Natural Alternative Ice Melt at the rate of 1 to 4 lbs. per 500 square feet, depending on amount of snow and ice present.

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