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    Posted: 30/January/2004 at 12:15pm

With all the winter weather that has blanketed most of the U.S. and Canada recently I donít know whether we have more snow or salt to look at. Regardless we are overwhelmed by callers who are frustrated with salt removal that keeps reappearing and the money you have charged to remove it disappearing.

We are recommending a new product that actually breaks down salt better than the average detergent and acid rinse. It is generally known as Winterinse. But the best method I have experienced lately is using cold water through a Steamin Demon. If you are not aware of this machine it actually flushes up to 4 gallons of water through the carpet per minute. This system actually works compared  to a high water volume wand.

Just a tip or a sales pitch depending on how you look at it. I guess if you purchase a Steamin Demon from me consider it a sales pitch. If you purchase it from someone else consider it a tip. Any way you look at it you win with salt removal. While your competitor is still stroking, sweating and trying to figure it out.



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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Willy Parsons Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 04/February/2004 at 12:26am
Sounds scary. Thank heavens we don't need salt here in Vancouver.
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Sugar can also be used to melt snow. The reason they use salt is because it is cheaper. I wonder to what effect all this salt has on the environment.
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I HAD THAT PROBLEM JUST LAST WEEK WHILE I WAS VISITING MY LAST YEARS CUSTOMERS. THIS PETICULAR RESTAURANT OWNER WAS WASHING HIS WINTER RUNNERS IN THE PARKING LOT WITH A GARDEN HOSE AND A LARGE SEARS SHOP VAC AS I ARRIVED, HE ASKED ME WHAT TO DO ABOUT THE SALT. ALL RESTAURANTS HAVE DEGREASER TO CLEAN THEIR KITCHEN EQUIPMENT WITH AND I TOLD HIM TO USE IT DILUTED 4 TO 1 AND VOILA........WORKED LIKE A CHARM....MIND YOU HE HAD TO SCRUB IT IN  WITH HIS SHOES, THEN HE USED A LONG PUSH BROOM. BUT IT WORKED GREAT, AND I WAS HAPPY HE WAS DOING ALL THAT TOO BECAUSE I HATE CLEANING RUNNERS, MOSTLY 'CAUSE I USUALLY CLEAN THEM AS A CURTIOUS SERVICE, A LITTLE GIFT IF YOU LIKE.

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Formual KK Salt and Ice Melt Remover

Formula KK Salt & Ice Melt Remover

Here we are in the GTA with plenty of stock on hand of KK Formula Salt & Ice Melt Remover for Carpet and Hard Surface Floors.

Big problem is we have no snow & ice. Although we hear it is all around us. So keep those orders flowing in as this is a great product especially if your competition does not know about it. Making YOU the HERO.

Works by deminiralizing salt deposits.

Isn't Technology Wonderful.

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Ted:  We have the Salt Mine here in town along with the evaporator plant that makes table salt etc. Will you product make them dissappear?Guitar
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You need the Erustorator for that Doug.
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Post Options Post Options   Thanks (0) Thanks(0)   Quote Dakota Quote  Post ReplyReply Direct Link To This Post Posted: 15/December/2004 at 11:50pm
not to change the subject but, have you guys ever heard of a pile jogger?
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I don't think that will get rid of the salt, Dakota. But I could be wrong.
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No, i dont know what it is ,i was wondering if you did

i see it on ebay and i was wondering what the heck it does

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Takes your money.
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Once again excellent answer Ken,      do you know what is or not?
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Originally posted by doug doug wrote:

Ted:  We have the Salt Mine here in town along with the evaporator plant that makes table salt etc. Will you product make them dissappear?Guitar

Absolutely doug, this sounds like a big problem that will require a lot of product. I could cut you a good deal on a tank car load.

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Maybe if people use more salt it will be better for you Ted?
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