Scraping it Clean With a Two-Stage
How to Plow Slush and Snow With a Snow Blower
While two-stage and three-stage snow blowers are undoubtedly powerful, there are some things they struggle with.
Clearing all snowfall down to the pavement and removing slush can challenge even the best two-stage snowblower.
Yet, with the addition of a snowblower plow, you can scrape heavy slush or light, dusty snow away easily, leaving clean pavement that's suitable for walking on.
Snow Blower Plow Attachments
Snowblower plows attach to the front of your two-stage or a three-stage snowblower.
They attach in as little as 5 minutes and your self-propelled snowblower provides the muscle behind it.
You can angle the plows down or offset them to the side by adjusting the brackets, and they come in different sizes capable of fitting different snow blower models.
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Getting Rid of Frozen Muck
Sleet, ice, and snow are oftentimes missed with a snowblower, leaving a frozen wet mess that nobody likes to walk through.
If ignored, the slush can freeze solid, leaving an ice rink on your driveway, sidewalk, and public pathways. This is not only an eyesore, but it's also a safety hazard. Using a snow blower plow, you can scrape it all away before it freezes.
Getting a Complete Clean
Two-stage and three-stage snow blowers don't clear snow all the way to the pavement. Once you've finished blowing away the big stuff, you can attach the snowblower plow to remove all the rest, right down to the pavement! It makes a great finishing tool that improves the safety of sidewalks and parking areas.