Living in Minnesota we know extreme weather. It can be in the thirties and gorgeous in the morning and a blizzard by lunch time. I live in a fairly rural area just outside the suburbs. So we have pockets of homes and in either direction there’s a town within about 15 minutes. That means there are plenty of roads not traveled often. They are usually one of the last roads to be plowed and ice tends to build up on them due to lack of traffic. Have you ever slid off the road because of the ice? Gotten stuck because you cannot get any traction? Like most Minnesotans we carry dry kitty litter in our car. Does it help? Meh, somewhat. But it also leaves a horrible mess. That grey clay turns to mush once its wet and sticks to everything. Once it dries it’s nearly impossible to get off. Instead of messy clay cat litter you can use Traction Magic™. Same concept with not nearly the mess and it can be reused! Plus it works much better.
Picture this….a bitter winter wind is pushing you around on an icy back road. Not another car in sight. All of a sudden you start to slide. Luckily there is not a ditch and you are able to regain control of the car but now you are stuck on ice. Your tires are just spinning and the car is going no where. Not a soul in sight to help. No houses within in walking distance. And you have your child, family or pet in the car too. What do you do? Start calling friends and family and hope someone answers? Then what? Wait for them to come help? What can they do? Or call a tow truck and get an expensive bill? Or take that clay cat litter and dump it all around the tires and pray it works instead of turning into a big gooey clay mess? This is where if you had a tub of Traction Magic™ in your trunk you would take it out and start sprinkling it around the tires and all over the icy road. Your tires should be able to find traction and you’re out that mess and on your way home.
Do you have stamped cement sidewalks or patios? Well, you cannot use ice melt because it’ll eat away at the painted finish. Can’t use kitty litter because it will discolor the surface. You could use sand but it really doesn’t do anything to help with the ice issue besides make a huge mess. Traction Melt™ is safe for all cement. Simply sprinkle it over the icy walk and you should have an easier time walking without the danger of slipping and falling. Now when it starts to get warm and you no longer need Traction Magic™ you can either sweep it up and use it again next year or toss it.
Here are some differences of Traction Magic™ versus traditional ice melt –
Ice melt is a chemical. It can be harmful to us and our pets, it can damage our sidewalks and it can kill our grass. Traction Magic™ is all natural. No chemicals added. So it’s safe for us, our pets, the environment and it won’t damage your cement.
Ice Melt does not work in extreme temperatures or on thin ice. Traction Magic™ does.
Ice Melt is not reusable. Traction Magic™ is reusable.
Ice Melt won’t help you get your car out of an icy situation. Traction Magic™ will! Simply sprinkle the Traction Magic™ around the tires and icy road and you’ll be cruising in no time.
There are numerous benefits to using Traction Magic™ over chemically laden ice melts. Traction Magic™ is available online or Amazon.
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Linda Manns Linneman says
This sounds like a great product for the cold and ice up north. I had never heard of this before. Thank you so much for sharing
Terri Irvin says
We love to go to Northern Utah in the winter so this would be a good product to keep in our car.
Linda Manns Linneman says
I love this idea. I don’t live in this type of weather any more but I used to. It is so easy to get stranded in this weather. Thank you for sharing