First...... I am "just" a homeowner that consistently reads the great info on Lawnsite. I have an EMERGENCY question, and I do not know who or where to get help. My obese, female, yet wealth, neighbor recently decided to get married to a white trash idiot roofer. He has now made her home THEIR home. Let's just say, our neighborhood happens to be alot different than anywhere he has lived before. Well, this SOB, dumped the entire bucket of ice-cream rock salt out on my beautiful St. Augustine grass. I was walking around the side of my house, and I could not believe what I was seeing. It had to have been there for over 12+ hours. Lucky for them, they are still not home. I quickly got what salt I could up with a shovel, then watered the heck out of it. I did some googling and read to put 1/2 cup of non-bacterial dish soap per gallon of water on the area...waited a while then watered like crazy. It's the holiday weekend, and ya'll are the professionals....so please help.....Is there ANYTHING that I can do to help my grass.... Another problem is that my side yard drains into my backyard......I have a beautiful hibiscus that was only 7 feet "downstream" from the salty water. Thank anyone for any help that you can give......My yard is beautiful and I hope to keep it that way without killing the man or having to sue him/her for being liable.