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WICKES ROCK SALT 25KG £2.99 STORE COLLECTION

£2.99 @ Wickes
Thought this was a great price for a 25 Kilo bag. Ideal for De-Icing Paths, Driveways and Steps. Actual bag weighting may vary due to the level of moisture within the product Used to disperse i…
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2y, 3m agoFound 2 years, 3 months ago
Thought this was a great price for a 25 Kilo bag.

Ideal for De-Icing Paths, Driveways and Steps.

Actual bag weighting may vary due to the level of moisture within the product
Used to disperse ice and to provide a grit surface
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#1
Perfect timing. :)
4 Likes #2
I bought 4 bags of these llast year. still got all 4. it didn't snow.
#3
Had this a couple of months ago at £1.49. Still a good price at double that. Don't forget Quidco for a little bit of saving.
1 Like #4
Cold. It's not Himalayan Pink!
3 Likes #5
Free from council grit bins :)

Edited By: Derek_Duval on Dec 16, 2014 00:02
#6
has anyone ever tried using soda crystals? says on the packet or their Web page I can't remember which that it can be used to de ice the path but I'm a bit dubious that it won't make it more slippery!
2 Likes #7
Another present sorted X)
2 Likes #8
Time for some Primal Scream I hear you all say

"Get your Rock Salt, Get your Rock Salt, Baby!!!"

Woo-hoo!!!!!!
#9
Gonz
I bought 4 bags of these llast year. still got all 4. it didn't snow.

i was going to post exactly the same thing......but you and I both know it will snow or the weather will take a turn for the worse.....and you will not have to try to hunt down bags of salt. I bought a snow spade thing last year as well, although I have not used it yet, I kow I will.

HOT DEAL OP
#10
adhkarzf
has anyone ever tried using soda crystals? says on the packet or their Web page I can't remember which that it can be used to de ice the path but I'm a bit dubious that it won't make it more slippery!

Well who is to say. You may find your socks and shoes a different colour where splashed

:p
#11
WILL IN DAMAGE NEW TARMAC JUST HAD A NEW DRIVE ( ROCK SALT THAT IS)
1 Like #12
Is it organic?
#13
Anyone got a link to a decent salt & pepper grinder?
#14
That will sort me out this winter.
#15
Derek_Duval
Free from council grit bins :)

good idea! then when everyone does it and cars crash because there is nothing left to grit the roads with we can all help the organ donors with all the dead bodies too. Win Win
#16
largelad22
WILL IN DAMAGE NEW TARMAC JUST HAD A NEW DRIVE ( ROCK SALT THAT IS)

DUNNO!!!!! (no need to shout)

But it will damage decking. Would advise against using it on that in case anyone is considering it.
#17
StevenBrown
Derek_Duval
Free from council grit bins :)

good idea! then when everyone does it and cars crash because there is nothing left to grit the roads with we can all help the organ donors with all the dead bodies too. Win Win

Theres me thinking that's what the bins are dotted around for, you know, for folks to use the salt/grit thats in them and the roads are gritted with grit lorries which are loaded at a main depot.....?
#18
Heat added
2 Likes #19
skybluesccfc
Another present sorted X)

What a lucky person to receive this as a gift. Jealous.
#20
andynicol
StevenBrown
Derek_Duval
Free from council grit bins :)

good idea! then when everyone does it and cars crash because there is nothing left to grit the roads with we can all help the organ donors with all the dead bodies too. Win Win

Theres me thinking that's what the bins are dotted around for, you know, for folks to use the salt/grit thats in them and the roads are gritted with grit lorries which are loaded at a main depot.....?

you may be right, I withdraw my sarcastic Christmas filled previous rant :P
#21
Just need some snow to go with it!
#22
sancheez
[quote=largelad22] WILL IN DAMAGE NEW TARMAC JUST HAD A NEW DRIVE ( ROCK SALT THAT IS)

DUNNO!!!!! (no need to shout)

But it will damage decking. Would advise against using it on that in case anyone is considering it.[/quote sorry must be an age thing and this is new so in caps is shouting
#23
largelad22
sancheez
[quote=largelad22] WILL IN DAMAGE NEW TARMAC JUST HAD A NEW DRIVE ( ROCK SALT THAT IS)

DUNNO!!!!! (no need to shout)

But it will damage decking. Would advise against using it on that in case anyone is considering it.[/quote sorry must be an age thing and this is new so in caps is shouting
Well all the roads around here are tarmaced and are still full of holes from last winter.
#24
Just what I needed on my chips on Friday cheers ;)
1 Like #25
andynicol
StevenBrown
Derek_Duval
Free from council grit bins :)

good idea! then when everyone does it and cars crash because there is nothing left to grit the roads with we can all help the organ donors with all the dead bodies too. Win Win

Theres me thinking that's what the bins are dotted around for, you know, for folks to use the salt/grit thats in them and the roads are gritted with grit lorries which are loaded at a main depot.....?

The grit bins are normally placed at locations that need gritting but don't normally get covered by the grit lorries (normally bus routes only). on slopes or hills, we had one near out house as we have a cobbled street with a steep camber on it, and once snow covered can only be driven in one direction. The other 3 I know locations I know are on slopes approaching main roads.
#26
.....so you concur, the grit bins are there for folks to use....
#27
johnenty
andynicol
StevenBrown
Derek_Duval
Free from council grit bins :)

good idea! then when everyone does it and cars crash because there is nothing left to grit the roads with we can all help the organ donors with all the dead bodies too. Win Win

Theres me thinking that's what the bins are dotted around for, you know, for folks to use the salt/grit thats in them and the roads are gritted with grit lorries which are loaded at a main depot.....?

The grit bins are normally placed at locations that need gritting but don't normally get covered by the grit lorries (normally bus routes only). on slopes or hills, we had one near out house as we have a cobbled street with a steep camber on it, and once snow covered can only be driven in one direction. The other 3 I know locations I know are on slopes approaching main roads.
not around hear they used to grit on tarmac 3 years then new very busy road went down no gritting since . many thanks perhaps try getting touch with the road people .very dangerous when it snows once again many thanks
#28
largelad22
WILL IN DAMAGE NEW TARMAC JUST HAD A NEW DRIVE ( ROCK SALT THAT IS)

Wouldn't think so - roads are made of tarmac and they hold up to it. I don't like this stuff near the house - mainly because you walk it in and have white stains everywhere when it dries.
banned#29
i bet if you could burn this it wouldn't be 3 nicker a bag!
#30
This will come in handy...I'm going to get some for the Mother-in-Law :D
#31
just hope will need this
#32
These were 50p at my local Wickes for months price seems high now. Think I posted them at that time as well.
#33
googley2
These were 50p at my local Wickes for months price seems high now. Think I posted them at that time as well.

You certainly did, here it is.

Wrong time of year to get any heat though.
#34
think I bought mine a few months ago from wickes for 1.50 or was it 1.25
banned#35
Derek_Duval
Free from council grit bins :)

Got one right at the end of the road
1 Like #36
Derek_Duval
Free from council grit bins :)

Maybe in your area. In my local grit bin the contents is as follows:

2 coke cans
1 plastic bag
4 shovels worth of sharp sand
1 shovel worth of sludge
1 mouse

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