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Homemade Ice Melt

by Josh Arnold
If your home's driveway. stairs and sidewalks are icy after a snowstorm and you don't have any traditional rock salt on hand, you can de-ice the surfaces using a variety of household products. Not only are homemade ice melts more convenient and budget-friendly that commerical de-icers, some are bett...
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    Homemade Ice Melter: 1 cup water mixed with 3 cups vinegar OR rubbing alcohol (1:3 mixture)

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