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Use This To Protect Your New Concrete From Salt Damage

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walking on ice safety tips

There is a lot of salt poured on roads and driveways during snow periods. Salts are highly corrosive for your new concrete. Cracked concrete also means you’ll have to spend more money repairing or replacing it next spring. Concrete absorbs water in the same way as a tough sponge does. 

You get saltwater slush when you mix rock salt with ice and snow. The concrete will absorb the water as the slush melts. Salt draws water, whereas concrete absorbs it. As a result of the saltwater soaking into the concrete, the concrete will hold more water and become saturated. 

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