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 Does cat litter REALLY provide traction in the snow?

Answer So they said on TV. I doubt it, I won't be trying it. Won't it absorb water from the snow? That can't help. And it's not very practical to carry a bag of cat litter in your car.the best tip I've ev... Read More »
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