What Is the Difference Between Rock Salt & Ice Melt?

"The difference lies in the mix. Halite, also known as rock salt, is strictly the mineral sodium chloride. Ice melt is typically a blend of sodium chloride with other minerals, such as magnesium and calcium.

Rock Salt vs.Ice Melt?

During the snowy winter months, homeowners are usually advised to increase their stock of ice melt and rock salt. These products are typically used to eliminate snow and ice from walkways. Therefore, they are some of the most essential winter safety products. Melting ice prevents property from getting damaged.

There are numerous ice melting products in the market. The most popular ones are traditional rock salt and ice melt."

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