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Eco-Friendly Snow Traction Alternative To Rock Salt

During the winters slipping on the slick icy layer is quite common. Every year several people get injured due to slip and fall accidents in the winter season. Sometimes these...


 

I Did THIS When My Car Got Stuck In The Snow

As the winter month arrives, so does the worry to drive in icy conditions. It is never easy to drive in snow when you have no idea what lies ahead,...


 

3 Things To Keep In Mind While Walking On Ice

There’s a reason why the idiom “walking on thin ice” refers to being in danger. Walking on ice is quite risky. During the winter season, more caution is required especially...


 

Ice Melt Damages Concrete – Do This Instead To Prevent Slipping On Ice

A small fraction of people solve their ice problem by using ice melt. But they are confronted with another issue when spring arrives; that of broken concrete. Various chemicals destroy...


 

How To Deal With Snow And Ice In An Environmentally Friendly Way?

The most frequent and conscious question people are asking today is ‘how can I be more environment-friendly,’ ‘how can I use a salt-free deicer and know it works?’, etc. With...


 

How Ice Destroys Concrete And What You Should Do?

Ice is the #1 reason for concrete damage, road erosion, roof problems, and rusting metal. Well, not ice directly, but the deicers. The salt and chloride content in every ice...


 

Traction Magic- Natural Crystals?

As the harsh winter weather knocks at the door, unsafe roads and auto accidents become one of the critical winter concerns. Icy walks or snow-covered ground can easily lead to...


 

6 Interesting Ways To Use Traction Magic.

With winter months comes the ice and snow followed by icy sidewalks and slick parking lots. As a home or business owner, you are probably aware of the increased perils...


 

Traction Magic – 5 Big Myths Busted

Some people are against the idea of using traction agents as they wonder whether these are safe like the much popular eco-friendly deicer or not. Although the concept of traction...