BareGround Coated Granular Ice Melt, 40lb Box
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Bare Ground Premium Blend granular ice melt is a special blend of rock salt coated with Bare Ground corrosion inhibiting liquid deicer to create an granular ice melt that is 40% less corrosive than standard rock salts. It also starts to work more quickly and works 60% more effectively. Bare Ground Premium Blend granular ice melt keeps working down to -20F. The 40 lb box is easy to ship and stores neater than plastic bags. Carry slots on the side of the box make it easy to pick up and move. Each box is lined with a plastic bag that contains the coated granular blend preventing spills and leakage.
- Coated with a Corrosion Inhibitor
- Starts Working More Quickly
- Keeps Melt Water in a Liquid State Longer
- Safer Around Pets and Plants
- 40% Less Corrosive
What is Bare Ground?Bare Ground is an all natural environmentally safe co-product of corn, grain or agricultural processing sometimes containing distillers condensed solubles that is added to a base of Magnesium Chloride (MgCl2). Bare Ground is non toxic, water soluble, non flammable, biodegradable and less corrosive than water.When should I use Bare Ground?Bare Ground can be used as an anti-snow agent prior to a snow storm or ice storm. Bare Ground is also an excellent deicer which can be applied directly to an ice or snow pack. Are there any cautions to using Bare Ground? Yes, do not apply Bare Ground when the temperature is over 35 degrees because it can create a slippery surface.How does Bare Ground work?Bare Ground sinks to the surface level, melting as it goes down, and spreads out after reaching the surface breaking the bond between the snow or ice and the pavement for an easy and complete cleanup.How long does Bare Ground take to work?Bare Ground should be applied about 1 1/2hr. to 2hrs. before a snow or ice storm to be effective in reducing the accumulation of snow.How much does 1 (one) gallon cover?If you choose to use Bare Ground as an anti-snow agent to reduce possible snow accumulation, y(more...)
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