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  • Emily James (Andrys)

    mix 1 teaspoon Dawn,1tablespoon rubbing alcohol and 1/2 gallon hot /warm water pour over walkway.Won't refreeze

  • Jessica Cooper Lyle

    Lots of tips on using the original blue Dawn. Here's one: 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

  • Dana Alkire
    Dana Alkire • 2 years ago

    SIDEWALK DE-ICER 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

  • Peggy Helske
    Peggy Helske • 2 years ago

    Living in WI. this tip will come in handy

  • Judy ackerman
    Judy ackerman • 1 year ago

    I used this last winter and it worked really well. Lasted about a week depending on weather.

  • Chasin Liberty
    Chasin Liberty • 20 weeks ago

    Does anyone know HOW this works ???

  • Dawn McDaniel
    Dawn McDaniel • 17 weeks ago

    Did not work at all for me. Now the small patch I was trying to get unfrozen is my entire front walk where it ran all over.

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