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This comes from This Old House "Fill the leg of discarded pair of panty hose with a calcium chloride ice melter. Lay the hose onto the roof so it crosses the ice dam and overhangs the gutter. If necessary, use a long-handled garden rake or hoe to push it into position. The calcium chloride will eventually melt through the snow and ice and create a channel for water to flow down into the gutters or off the roof"
12. Don't Use Salt, the damage salt will do is more then the dam per
This Old House
salt will damage the plants, depends on their value I guess, compared to the damage the house will sustain.
Tell the neighbor kids you found some old gold coins burried in the ice.
is that Ice, damn quick fix
or Ice dam, quick fix.
or Ice dam, quick, fix.
or Ice damn quick - fix.
it makes a difference.
Why do I think we are not going to get an answer.
Fix an ice dam quickly? Use dry ice or liquid nitrogen!
On rivers they use high explosives, dynimite.
A bit more detail would help a lot...
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