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Can I use solar water softener salt pellets on my driveway for melting ice?

can I use solar water softener salt pellets on my driveway to melt the ice and if so does anyone know to what temp it will melt the ice? Rev. .J White

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Yes, you can use water softener salt to deice driveways or melt ice anywhere.

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