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STAR’s Tech ECO-ST Eco-Friendly Ice Melter uses extracts from starfish

Traditional ice melter is hard on the earth, but STAR’s Tech ECO-ST Eco-Friendly Ice Melter is a better alternative. This safe ice melter uses new technology that removes extract from starfish. By using this method, STAR’s is able to reduce the impact on the earth in multiple ways. First, starfish are destroying the coral reef. So by making an eco-friendly ice melter, STAR’s reduces that impact to the coral reef. Second, it uses the starfish to create an ice melter that is safer for kids and pets and doesn’t have the same harmful side effects on the environment and roads as traditional ice melter. You can buy your fifty-five-pound bag of STAR’s Tech ECO-ST and know that you’re making a difference.

STAR’s Tech ECO-ST Eco-Friendly Ice Melter uses extracts from starfish
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9.7/10
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This technology will reduce your environmental impact.
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Genevieve Healey
Technology
Starfish Extract
Safety
Safer for Kids & Pets
Bag Size
55 lbs
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Why not use Sugar?Industrie is so highly scrutinised that much product/base has to be written of and at equivalent melting, storage and price it's less bad than salt.

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Liz
Unfortunately, sugar does not melt ice as fast as salt... and then there is the goopy mess we'd have to take care of once the sugar DOES dissolve...
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