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Discussion in 'Ice Management' started by timsjeep, Dec 8, 2003.

  1. timsjeep

    timsjeep Senior Member
    Messages: 130

    I did a search under potash and 0-0-62 and found only two posts and of those two posts, it was only mentioned, not discussed. Has anyone used it and what were the results? The local dist. says its a great product with low temp results. Does not harm conc. or grass. Sounds too good to be true. If you have any feed back, I would love it. Its a good price and seams to be worth a try. Tim

    GETSALT Junior Member
    Messages: 3

    I sell ice melters with potash blended in them and straight potash, also called potassium chloride. While it is true potash is reasonably safe for use on concrete and does little harm to vegetation it ability to melt ice is lacking. Straight rock salt works faster and at lower temps than does potash.