Simply, Sweep Away Ice!
No more salt or sand. Just step on the mat (or use a broom handle) and the ice will break. Then, simply brush off the ice and snow. Ice does not stick to the mat. It's that QUICK and THAT EASY!
Original Ice Breaker Mat Stair Treads Feature:
You can use many mats together on porches or walkways. Mats attach to most any surface. The Ice Breaker Stair Treads will keep your family and friends safe from slippery icy stairs.
Leave the stair tread mats out all year long for extra traction or remove them in Spring. To store, just wipe them clean with a damp cloth and store them flat.
- No Messy Salt or Sand
- Easy to Use
- Rugged Construction
- Tread Size: 36" x 8-3/4"
- Approximately 1/4" Thick
Price is per stair tread. The quantity of treads you order should be equal to the number of steps you plan to cover with the stair treads.
These Actually Work!
Sharon (Cleveland, OH) 1.5.2014
I have been dealing with thick ice on my concrete back steps for 20 years. Salt is not supposed to be used, but I used salt few times last winter and it ate the steps. This winter I tried a chisel and and an ice scraper to no avail. I saw these online and was very skeptical, but for the price, I thought I'd try them. They actually work! I am amazed. You can use the broom stick and sweep the ice away as suggested or just use your foot and brush the ice chips off with your hand. Buy these. You'll be very happy.
These have been life savers for us
Leon (Kenton, Ohio) 12.11.2013
I've had my mats about 4 years now. After surviving 2 winters here in NW Ohio, we had serious problems with the icing on our back steps off the porch, onto the deck and off the deck to the ground below. I also had to reconfigure my drain pipes to keep water from forming ice right over that area. I put these mats down in the fall before it gets too cold. Then I just keep a broom on the back porch. I use the tip of the broom handle to "break the ice into small pieces, then sweep it away". The first two years (before I got these mats) I was having to use a hammer and a small chisel and it still wasn't that safe... but now, I can clear all the steps in a very short time, and it's a safe walk down. This is the smart way to deal with those icy steps.
Securing the Ice Breaker Stair Treads
For Wooden Steps, use a staple gun, tacks, brads or small screws with washers. Staples are easy to install and remove.
Be sure to staple on the sealed edges of mat. Do not attach through core area. Use 2 - 3/8 staples, tacks, or screws with washers on all 3 sealed edges.
For Concrete Steps, clear silicone sealer works. Squeeze a moderate amount on all 4 corners (not on sealed area) and press firmly. It should hold in place all winter long.
In Spring, remove mats and store flat until next Fall.