Liquid Snow Shovel

Liquid Snow Shovel® (LSS) is a state-of-the-art, environmentally friendly, ice and snow control formula

Advanced Melting Technology

  • Pet Friendly
  • Effective to -25 °F
  • 70% less corrosive than rock salt
  • Can not be displaced by shovels or plows
  • More cost effective than granular products
  • Offers a fixed salting budget for the winter
  • Residual effects will aid in future snowfall

Eco-Friendly Ice Melter

LSS is a “CLEAN”, clear, odorless ice melt that is biodegradable, non-hazardous, non-staining and will not produce a white residue.

Pet Friendly

Eco Friendly

Non Tracking

More Cost Effective

Liquid Snow Shovel is an Anti-bonding and De-icing agent which is exothermic and hygroscopic by nature. Since Liquid Snow Shovel is generating heat and is already in the brine state before contact with the surface, it is capable of melting snow and ice at a faster rate than dry sodium chloride (rock salt).

Liquid Snow Shovel can leave the pavement and concrete surface actively melting for several days. When you use sodium chloride (rock salt), it becomes inactive in a much shorter period on time with no residual affects. Liquid Snow Shovel provides effective liquid ice control when applied either before or after a snow or ice storm.

When used prior to the storm, Liquid Snow Shovel inhibits the bonding of snow and ice to the pavement or concrete, making it easier for snowplows and snow shoveling to clear snow down to the bare pavement. When used after the storm, Liquid Snow Shovel is active immediately melting the snow on contact, keeping sidewalks and parking lots clear down to the bare pavement depending on weather conditions.

Size Availability

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2.5 Gallon

5 Gallon

55 Gallon

275 Gallon

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The following table shows the lowest practical temperature for commonly used deicer materials.

Material: Lowest Practical Temperature
– Liquid Snow Shovel: -25 degrees Fahrenheit
– Magnesium chloride: +5 degrees Fahrenheit
– Sodium chloride (salt): +20 degrees Fahrenheit
– Potassium chloride: +25 degrees Fahrenheit
– Urea: +25 degrees Fahrenheit

Liquid Snow Shovel will set into the pore of the pavement or concrete and can not be displaced from the parking lot or sidewalk. As much as 80% of rock salt that is applied is wasted, because there is no bond to the pavement or concrete. Liquid Snow Shovel has no effect on vegetation or concrete when applied correctly and is less corrosive than rock salt.

Client Testimonials

Ice removed easily after storm

I had my wife tape this because I couldn’t believe how well I was able to remove a 1/2 of ice. This is truly a wonder product! The ice didn’t stick! I watch the storm as it was happening and thought once the rain came I figured the product had washed a way. This was the next morning and the result! Thank you for such a great product!
The Garcia’s

Hot Sok

Designed to prevent damage to roofs from ice dams, The Hot Sok is an easy to use, innovative solution made from Liquid Snow Shovel. Simply place a Hot Sok on the roof & let it do the work! Place one Hot Sok on every sq. ft. of problem area and it begins to work within the hour. No long term adverse effects to the roof or surrounding area.

Ice Dams:

An ice dam can occur when snow accumulates on the slanted roof of a house with inadequate insulation and ventilation in the attic. Warmth coming up through the roof melts the snow. Meltwater flows down the roof, under the blanket of snow, onto the eave and into the gutter, where colder conditions on the overhang cause it to freeze. Eventually, ice accumulates along the eave and in the gutter. Snow that melts later cannot drain properly through the ice on the eave and in the gutter.

This can result in:

Leaking roof (height of leak depends on extent of ice dam). Wet, ineffective insulation. Stained or cracked plaster or drywall. Rotting timber. Stained, blistered or peeling paint.

Under extreme conditions, with heavy snow and severe cold, almost any house can have an ice dam, whereas a house that is poorly insulated and ventilated will have ice dams during normal winter weather. Giant icicles hanging from the eave are one indication of a poorly insulated, poorly ventilated attic.