Melt Away Your Winter Worries With Be Green!
Updated: Oct 16, 2020
With heavy snowfalls in Wisconsin, it is no wonder our state uses an average of 560,000 tons of salt each season. Although salt can immediately cut through frost and ice covering our roads, it can also cause an avalanche of problems.
Pets can be poisoned if they eat the salt, the ice melt is corrosive to the foundation and surfaces of your home, salt and chlorides will kill your plants including grass and trees, the runoff can pollute natural waterways, and that is just the tip of the iceberg!
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Our ice melt is designed to to be safer for people, pets & property!
We're not like "the other guys". You won't find magnesium chloride or calcium chloride in our products. Our products:
Are small, smooth uniform grains that are easy on pet's paws.
A non-toxic and taste deterrent formula protects your pets, just in case they get curious.
Won't leave a briny, white mess on your floors.
Will save you money by preventing "salt" damage. Our ice melt is a non-abrasive, non-corrosive, and non-petroleum based product.
Is surface safe for your wood decks, gutters, and decorative pavement.
Are coated with a non-staining, natural blue pigment, which helps you to see where you have applied it.
BONUS! Our ice melt is actually a nutrient for your lawn and plants. No need to worry about repairing lawn damage in the spring.
Need more melting power?
We’ve got you covered ! Our commercial grade ice melt:
Continues to melt at extreme lows (down to -25˚ F).
No iron means it is safer to use on your property than other commercial products.
Our competitive pricing means you get a better product and save money.
Our ice melt is so safe that we use it at our own homes, on our own lawns, with our own pets.
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DOT, W. (n.d.). Winter Facts. Retrieved July 23, 2020, from https://wisconsindot.gov/Pages/doing-bus/local-gov/hwy-mnt/winter-maintenance/facts.aspx
Keeping Pets Safe during Winter: The Dangers of Ice Melts. (2018, December 4). Retrieved July 23, 2020, from https://www.aspca.org/news/keeping-pets-safe-during-winter-dangers-ice-melts