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Does Iodized Salt Melt Ice Faster Than Rock Salt?

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No, iodized slat does not melt ice faster than rock salt. Most often there is no difference in the time it takes ice to melt, no matter which one you use. More people use rock salt to melt ice because it is readily available for that purpose.
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