what to use to melt ice on slate steps?

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Answered: What is melting point of ice ?

The melting point of ice at 1 atmosphere of pressure is very close to 0 °C (32 °F, 273.15 K); this is also known as the ice point.

Answered: Can I use solar water softener salt pellets on my driveway for melting

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

Answered: Cat litter for melting ice

The shovel is for spreading CLEAN kitty litter.

Answered: Sealing an outdoor slate countertop

You can seal slate with a spray bottle and wipe it with a clean towel

Answered: Ice cream melting time

The more the container is isolating the icecream (inside) from the outside temperature the longer it will take to the icecream to melt.

Answered: How to repair a crack in a slate sink? This is an ...

I would contact one of the bathroom refitter companies that reline bathtubs, sinks, etc. You may loose a little of the antique value. I bet they could match the color well and look good. Good Luck... Super
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Secure a photo onto slate

I decided to try it anyway. Use a non water base clue for the picture allow to dry making sure edges are all prseed down well, then I applied glue around edge of entire picture . Allowed it to dry and then gave it 5 coats of polyurethane spray. Mini wax has a indoor/outdoor so far the pictures are ...

Wax melts

Go to www.BrendaTschida.Scentsy.US I have over 80 different combination of waxe that melt in the Scentsy warmers. Lots of good ones just came out.

If I melt dry ice,

Of course. How do you think they invented dry cleaning?

Why is the water in my ice maker fill tube freezing before it enters the

maybe you have rust or a clog in the pipes that lead to the ice maker. Maybe you need a new clean filter or just make sure all your water pipes are clear; if not might be the refregerators motor that pumps the water?