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Walk Safely on Slippery Areas

When dealing with ice or any type of slippery areas, just remember rubber bands. Take some rubber bands and place them around your shoes from the toes to the heels. Just make sure they're snug but not cutting off circulation. When you walk, the rubber bands will give you extra traction on any surface. I personally keep some wide rubber bands around when ice forms on my driveway or sidewalk. Great for little ones or the elderly and easily removed once inside. Plus, they're washable for the next trip outside or just across slippery floors.

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February 21, 20210 found this helpful

They used to just spread out sand.

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February 22, 20210 found this helpful

Sand is a better option than using salt, but even sand gets caught up in your shoes/boots and you eventually track it indoors. Plus, with sand are you going to carry some in a small baggie when you're getting out of your vehicle or just walking somewhere slippery? "Slippery" as mentioned in original idea or question from thrifty fun.com didn't just mean icy conditions but all slippery situations.

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