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10kg Bag of Gritting Salt - 8p @ Morrisons

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This may be a bit early planning but Morrisons are selling off their gritting salt. 10kg bags of rapid ice melt for 8p was £1.99. Couldn't resist the offer!
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This may be a bit early planning but Morrisons are selling off their gritting salt. 10kg bags of rapid ice melt for 8p was £1.99. Couldn't resist the offer!
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13 Likes #1
You should forward this to the local councils. They might not run out this time!
#2
Which store?
#3
this was the Coventry one just outside the city centre
2 Likes #4
wonder if it could be used to fill in the potholes too?
#5
Do you reckon I could fill my salt grinder up with this?? :p

Have some heat :D:D:D:D


Edited By: slayer201277 on Mar 30, 2011 10:42
6 Likes #6
curliegirlie
wonder if it could be used to fill in the potholes too?

No this is salt and not tarmac, this will just be washed away if used in potholes.
#7
Is this in store or on petrol forecourt.

T
9 Likes #8
gadgetsgalore2011
curliegirlie
wonder if it could be used to fill in the potholes too?
No this is salt and not tarmac, this will just be washed away if used in potholes.

Please god I hope you 2 are trying to be funny. :)
10 Likes #9
gadgetsgalore2011
curliegirlie
wonder if it could be used to fill in the potholes too?
No this is salt and not tarmac, this will just be washed away if used in potholes.

Went straight over your head didnt it?
#10
Humour...a curious concept! :p
#11
the salt may get washed...but the grit should stay? no? (_;)
#12
Could I use this salt in my battery operated table grinder?
1 Like #13
curliegirlie
wonder if it could be used to fill in the potholes too?


Me thinks "curliegirlie" may be a council member, cheap *************oO

Edited By: cuzzy on Mar 30, 2011 17:59: Don`t bypass swear filter
1 Like #14
Can I use it as bath salts?
7 Likes #15
curliegirlie
wonder if it could be used to fill in the potholes too?

I believe my local council tried this approach after the previous winter.

Unfortunately it doesnt seem to have been successful.


The council are currently in negotiations with a major candy floss producer to sort out this years potholes once and for all.
#16
Veedub_heaven
Is this in store or on petrol forecourt.

T


it should be both if any stock left. if you cant find it just ask as they may be keeping it out in the warehouse for next year.

FYI redcar sold out in jan. this was originally £3.99, 2 for £6

Edited By: quidditys_shore on Mar 30, 2011 11:54
#17
does this come in various colours?
#18
Various shades a brown
Dont be giving the council ideas about using this to fill potholes - they are that thick they would try!!!
#19
Just got the last 5 bags at the Johnstone store
15 Likes #20
cactidust
Could I use this salt in my battery operated table grinder?
No, you put tables in your battery operated table grinder, the salt goes in the battery operated salt grinder.
;-)
2 Likes #21
can i use this to poison my next door neighbors rabbit?
#22
super27
can i use this to poison my next door neighbors rabbit?


Only if you want the RSPCA to come after you!
6 Likes #23
Its also in Bromsgrove store. Got 3 bags but this really hurts my teeth....
Ruined my fish and chips :(
#24
I've just heard off a friend who knows the son of someone who cleans the floors for the local council that this year, we're trying out marshmallows for two reasons - One - cheap, and Two - great fun for the kids when there aren't any cars coming!

Edited By: tomwatts on Mar 30, 2011 17:32
#25
they had them inside the store
#26
MFC
curliegirlie
wonder if it could be used to fill in the potholes too?


Me thinks "curliegirlie" may be a council member, cheap ********** oO


how did you guess???


Edited By: cuzzy on Mar 30, 2011 18:00: Quote edited
#27
Road salt does go out of date, at 8p no risk, but probably why it is not being stored to sell next winter.
#28
MrGBrown
Its also in Bromsgrove store. Got 3 bags but this really hurts my teeth....
Ruined my fish and chips :(

dod they ave much there do you know?
#29
Deedie
Just got the last 5 bags at the Johnstone store


Grrrrr! lol
#30
if I lived near a Morrisons I would buy a good few bags and store them till winter great price . Heat added :)
#31
borrowed my old mans trailer, filled it up, then filled his garage up with the bag

will make a fortune selling this to mugs in the winter
#32
shouldn't this be getting really cold? :)
#33
Do Morrisons sell gritting pepper too ?
#34
doublekite
gadgetsgalore2011
curliegirlie
wonder if it could be used to fill in the potholes too?
o this is salt and not tarmac, this will just be washed away if used in potholes.
Went straight over your head didnt it?
Yeah he must be standing in one of the potholes! (They are deep enough.)

tigers66
Road salt does go out of date, at 8p no risk, but probably why it is not being stored to sell next winter.
If stored properly, how does it go out of date?

Edited By: alasrati on Mar 30, 2011 23:25
#35
curliegirlie
MFC
curliegirlie
wonder if it could be used to fill in the potholes too?

Me thinks "curliegirlie" may be a council member, cheap ********** oO

how did you guess???


The Goat gave you way! MMAAAHHH!!! oO
#36
michaelsouris
cactidust
Could I use this salt in my battery operated table grinder?
No, you put tables in your battery operated table grinder, the salt goes in the battery operated salt grinder.
;-)

X)
#37
memnoch1976
MrGBrown
Its also in Bromsgrove store. Got 3 bags but this really hurts my teeth....
Ruined my fish and chips :(


dod they ave much there do you know?


They had 10/12 bags at 3 ish yesterday
#38
Good idea
#39
alasrati
doublekite
gadgetsgalore2011
curliegirlie
wonder if it could be used to fill in the potholes too?
o this is salt and not tarmac, this will just be washed away if used in potholes.
Went straight over your head didnt it?
Yeah he must be standing in one of the potholes! (They are deep enough.)

tigers66
Road salt does go out of date, at 8p no risk, but probably why it is not being stored to sell next winter.
If stored properly, how does it go out of date?


ERM...
Its salt it will absorb moisture in the air then lose the ability to absorb more moisture from the ground
HENCE WHY MORRISON is sellling so if you have some idea how you will find roads to salt now
when there is no SNow go ahead if not i am with morrisons in making 8p on a product with 0 uses right now
(ps not a great idea to try to eat these might not be healty)
Otherwise use your normal salt for grit there is a reason they call this gritting salt
LOL
i feel bad for anyone who tried to eat this think about your heart
#40
MoMoneyMan
alasrati
doublekite
gadgetsgalore2011
curliegirlie
wonder if it could be used to fill in the potholes too?
o this is salt and not tarmac, this will just be washed away if used in potholes.
Went straight over your head didnt it?
Yeah he must be standing in one of the potholes! (They are deep enough.)

tigers66
Road salt does go out of date, at 8p no risk, but probably why it is not being stored to sell next winter.
If stored properly, how does it go out of date?


ERM...
Its salt it will absorb moisture in the air then lose the ability to absorb more moisture from the ground
HENCE WHY MORRISON is sellling so if you have some idea how you will find roads to salt now
when there is no SNow go ahead if not i am with morrisons in making 8p on a product with 0 uses right now
(ps not a great idea to try to eat these might not be healty)
Otherwise use your normal salt for grit there is a reason they call this gritting salt
LOL
i feel bad for anyone who tried to eat this think about your heart

If what you say is true, how would it absorb water in a sealed bag? I have rock salt from 2 years ago in a recycling bin and it was perfect this and last year.

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