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Rock Salt Winter Grit

Rock Salt Winter Grit

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We offer a reliable & professional service for domestic & trade customers,

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> Email sales@mrmuck.co.uk

We offer a reliable & professional service for domestic & trade customers, delivery to all regions within 5 working days.

2 reviews

Product Details

Mr Muck's rock salt winter grit is highly effective for de-icing areas used by people and vehicles. The rock salt grit should be used before heavy frosts or snowfall to prevent slippery surfaces, alternatively it can be used as a fast acting de-icer when surfaces have become frozen and hazardous. Our rock salt grit is available to buy in convenient sealed bags or bulk for nationwide delivery and is ideal for the following situations:

  • Preventing ice forming on roads, driveways, pavements and car parks
  • Clearing roads, driveways and pavements of snow and ice
  • Providing traction in freezing weather

Our rock salt grit, sometimes reffered to as gritting salt is generally used by individuals and businesses who wish to maintain a safe access to their property or premises in freezing weather conditions. It is ideal for preventing ice from forming and clearing ice and snow.

Mr Muck's rock salt winter grit is available in the following quantities:

  • Bulk bags which contain approximately 1 tonne
  • Smaller, sealed and easy to carry and store bags of approximately 25kg

Don't get caught out or stranded this winter, buy winter rock salt grit online from Mr Muck for immediate delivery throughout the UK

Customer Reviews

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Rating: 10/10

great service a***************

just took delivery of 20 sacks of rock salt delivered today very help full staff don't want to be caught out this year bring on the snow

Submitted on: 25/10/2011

Rating: 10/10

just the job delivered on time

60 sack's of this rock salt arrived today delivered on time when they said should be able to get out of the drive this year mr kay cheadle hulme cheshire

Submitted on: 28/10/2011