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How to Neutralize Road Salt

by Nick Davis
Road salt, an ice-melting substance, is often part of a sand mixture spread over roadways before or after an ice or snow storm. The mixture offers traction to your vehicle's tires, but can lead to rust formation on the undercarriage of your vehicle. Rust can also form on any area of your car that th...

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