Ice Melter


As Melt Away dissolves into an ice and snow melting liquid, it gives off heat. Rock salt, instead, must absorb heat from the surrounding environment which is a slow, difficult job at temperatures below freezing. This means that slippery hazardous conditions remain longer than if you had relied on Melt Away.

Melt Away melts so much more ice and snow at subfreezing temperatures than rock salt that you may be able to reduce your overall budget by using less ice and snow melting material. Melt Away is longer lasting than rock salt since Melt Away tends to stay as a liquid which results in a residual effect that can last for several days. When used according to directions, Melt Away leaves no unsightly, messy residue, and does not harm concrete, shrubs or grass. Melt Away is produced in flake from to cover a greater surface area and to lie flat when applied to incline surfaces.