What does everybody do with the leftover salt at the end of the winter? I don't think I ever read anything about how you store it in the off season.
Good idea. I had that idea when I wanted to do a big contract. The rental is huge $$ wasn’t worth it. Couldn’t find many places that would let me put salt in there same with the roll off open top bins. You would need a stone slinger to load it or else you end up with half its capacity since the bobcat arms will hit the top of the container. Good luck with that. :canadabusiness said:For the next winter, I was thinking to put my salt in a 20 or 40 foot sea container.:canada
Sounds good except for the idea of leaving the skid steer in with the salt, it will leave you with nothing but problems.business said:For the next winter, I was thinking to put my salt in a 20 or 40 foot sea container. And leave the skidsteer in it. I would believe the salt will stay dry and without big chunks! I tried an old 5 ton truck box, wasn't bad, but the top layer (about 3") became rock hard. No good to stop humidity from getting in. So, if a sea container stops the water from getting in, chances are, the salt will be in good shape. What do you guys think about that??? :canada