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  • Sheila Mead Vincent

    A safe deicer for the front walkway….

  • Lorene Spencer

    For icy steps and sidewalks in freezing temperatures, mix 1 teaspoon of Dawn dishwashing liquid, 1 tablespoon of rubbing alcohol and 1/2 gallon hot/warm water and pour over walkways. They won't refreeze. No more salt eating at the concrete in your sidewalks.

  • Debra Burton

    Icy sidewalks and steps: 1 tsp. Dawn dish soap, 1 TB rubbing alcohol, and 1/2 gallon hot water. Pour over walkways.

  • Mandy Wren

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  • Laura

    Consider this alternative to sidewalk salt. And many more brilliant winter ideas!!

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