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Discussion in 'Original Pictures Forum' started by kawasaki guy, Nov 13, 2012.
Cooking salt spreads sweet:laugh
It does not help much... I have had good luck with the more rocky stuff, but waned to know if there is something better out there...
Yeah, a lot of our customers with concrete like calcium chloride, and for the others we use magic salt.
I like the Ice A Way stuff the best so far. I just got 3 bags tonight too..
It is rocky, so you get better traction. Like I said, I just wanted to see if I could find better.
Ice A Way is rock salt. It has to be fairly warm (>20 degrees) for rock salt (sodium chloride) to work. I don't salt large areas, just sidewalks and garage front's mostly and like this stuff. It's mostly calcium chloride. It's a little pricey but works well. They also have one that's mostly sodium chloride with some calcium and magnesium chloride mixed in that's a bit cheaper. That works pretty well too.
i would try to charge at least $25 a cut this year minimum.
I am raising prices for ail of the new clients...
Woah wait, how much are you charging now? How many clients now?
bump to the top.
We are getting the mower soon
That storm on the way is gonna hammer the shore of your area...again. I see you have a coastal flood watch up (as do I).