Liquid Snow Shovel


Do you use rock salt? You know that stuff that tracks into your home or business. The white crunchy stuff that kills your landscaping, ruins your concrete and has to be warm enough to even work.

Liquid Snow Shovel is an Anti-bonding, De-icing agent. It is a liquid that can be sprayed on up to two weeks before it is needed and can last up to three ice events. Doesn't track in, is safe for landscape and pets, and when used properly will not harm concrete.

Rock salt is bad for plants and concrete, and tracks in everywhere, you don’t want to use it until you have to. Well, Liquid Snow Shovel can be applied days before an ice event and be ready when it is needed.

Available in sizes for the homeowner to the contractor see below for sizes and applicators. Yes, you can even use it in a garden sprayer.


The Clear Choice To Snow and Ice Management

Liquid Snow Shovel can leave the pavement and concrete surface actively melting for several days. When you use sodium chloride (rock salt), it becomes inactive in a much shorter period of time with no residual effects. Liquid Snow Shovel provides effective liquid ice control when applied either before or after a snow or ice storm.

When used prior to the storm, Liquid Snow Shovel inhibits the bonding of snow and ice to the pavement or concrete, making it easier for snowplows and snow shoveling to clear snow down to the bare pavement. When used after the storm, Liquid Snow Shovel is active immediately melting the snow on contact, keeping sidewalks and parking lots clear down to the bare pavement depending on weather conditions.

 The following table shows the lowest practical temperature for commonly used deicer materials.

 Material: Lowest Practical Temperature
– Liquid Snow Shovel: -25 degrees Fahrenheit
– Magnesium chloride: +5 degrees Fahrenheit
– Sodium chloride (salt): +20 degrees Fahrenheit
– Potassium chloride: +25 degrees Fahrenheit
– Urea: +25 degrees Fahrenheit

 Liquid Snow Shovel will set into the pore of the pavement or concrete and cannot be displaced from the parking lot or sidewalk. As much as 80% of rock salt that is applied is wasted, because there is no bond to the pavement or concrete. Liquid Snow Shovel has no effect on vegetation or concrete when applied correctly and is less corrosive than rock salt.