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Old 03-08-2010, 08:46 AM   #1
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Calcium Chloride is used in concrete, in some states, during the winter to keep it from freezing. Call a concrete delivery company and ask them if it is available in your area.
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You might want to let the racers now if you are going to use it on your track. It's not good for the vehicles if they do not clean them after every race day.
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+1 And it makes the track a slimey, greasy mess.
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how is this calcium laid down? whats the process?
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calcium will rust cars and people will be upset
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how is this calcium laid down? whats the process?
Try to use very little, can rust up a car in no time. Call Bart at Mills Pond and he'll help out, he knows some tricks that work. And please don't try sugar, the fly's and ants will be true ninja.
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