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Is Salt or Kitty Litter the Ideal Way to Gain Traction?

It's getting to the time of the year where snow may start falling, and ice may be on the roads too. Unfortunately, there are times when we find our vehicles stuck in the snow and we need something to help us gain traction such as salt or kitty litter. That's why you may want to look into and investigate the main differences between these two materials for you. One of the main differences between salt and kitty litter is their ability to melt snow or ice.

Salt, as long as the snow or ice is above twelve degrees Fahrenheit, will generally melt ice and snow while kitty litter will only lay on top of the snow or ice. Despite this, salt may dissolve as heat is created by the spinning of tires while kitty litter will not dissolve and could provide more traction if it is too cold for salt to melt snow and ice. For any more questions about gaining traction in the winter give us a call at Priority Honda Chesapeake today!

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