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Mountain Organic Ice Melt 110 lbs Plastic Bins, pallet of 18

$1,599.95

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Product Description

Mountain Organic Ice Melt 110 lbs plastic bins, pallet of 18

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Effective to -23C (-9F)
Mountain Organic Natural Icemelter works effectively on ice and snow during tough winter conditions to -23C (-9F).

Concentrated Power
Mountain Organic Natural Icemelter begins to work immediately. Use 50 -100 grams per square metre (1/4 -1/2 cup per square yard).

Safe on Concrete
Mountain Organic Natural Icemelter does not chemically affect quality air-entrained concrete or treated wood. It allows for a greater volume of water to evaporate, assisting in the prevention of damage to concrete associated with freeze/thaw cycles.

Safe on Vegetation
Mountain Organic Natural Icemelter is a fertilizer-based product which will not harm vegetation or soil structure when used as directed. It is harmless to groundwater systems.

Safe to Handle
Mountain Organic Natural Icemelter will not harm humans or animals. It is safe to handle. Gloves are optional. WHMIS exempt in Canada. OSHA exempt in USA.

Clean to Use
Mountain Organic Natural Icemelter does not leave an oily residue. It reduces to a colorless and odourless liquid, with a more neutral pH balance.

Safe for Prolonged Storage
Mountain Organic Natural Icemelter will not lose its effectiveness during prolonged storage or when opened. It does not require special handling procedures or special storage facilities.

Product of Canada
Mountain Organic Natural Icemelter is manufactured and packaged in Canada.

Manufactured with Recycled Materials
Mountain Organic Natural Icemelter packaging contains post-consumer waste and is recyclable where facilities exist.
  • Model: 200-20111






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