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When you're facing an icy winter, you have to keep the driveway clear of ice to keep it safe. Covering the driveway in rock salt is the most common and time-tested method. Spraying the icy driveway with rubbing alcohol is also an effective...
Janie Jordan saved to Side walks
Discover 10 easy DIY ice melt options using household ingredients. Learn how to make and use these homemade solutions safely and effectively.
Nita Weimer saved to Methods
Winter is coming, and that means icy sidewalks and driveways. No need to worry. You can make your very own DIY ice melt using common household ingredients!
Use this magical homemade ice remover to make driving this Winter a breeze! /// by Atkinson Drive
It's Always Autumn saved to Tips & tricks
With a ton of snow (and maybe ice) headed our way, THIS is a tip that we can surely use. I haven't tried it, but considering we don't have any ice melter in the house, and we DO have these ingredients, I'm going to give it a try. Certainly worth passing along: Mix together: 1 tsp Dawn dishwashing liquid 1 Tbsp rubbing alcohol 1/2 gallon hot/warm water First remove whatever snow and ice that you can, and then pour the mixture on it. It supposedly works like this: The dishwashing liquid helps…
Kay Brame saved to general household tips
Looking for a quick trick how to get rid of driveway ice? We have one you probably haven't heard of but wish you learned sooner.
Debbie Norris saved to Cleaning tricks
So far, this winter has been pretty mild for much of the United States – and if you live on the east coast, it’s been downright WARM – but there’s no doubt that cold weather is on its way. Don’t you think it’s time to get prepared? Even if you’ve already been dealing with snow and ice, it’s never too late to make the season a little easier. Buzzfeed recently put together a list of tips and tricks, and it inspired us to pull together our favorites. Check them out and make this winter a whole…
Mette Riggs saved to For the Home
Combine 1 gallon hot water, 2 tablespoons rubbing alcohol, and 2 teaspoons dish soap in a bucket. Pour all over the pavement.
Jenn Gerlach saved to Home Improvement
This 2 Ingredient Homemade Car De-Icer Spray removes ice from your car windshield in seconds and will melt snow and ice from your car locks too!
Try this homemade ice melt that is safe for pets and concrete. We make this at home every year for pennies, and we don't have to worry about our pets.
Stephanie Storts saved to deals.coupons.sweeps