Is Your Salt Truck Bed Covered in Rust and Salt Residue? Here’s a Safer Way To Restore It.

This winter has been particularly brutal for many areas of the US, with a large amount of snow and ice in combination with arctic temperatures. That means salt trucks have been working overtime to keep the roads clear and driver’s safe.

Because of this, you might be noticing your salt truck bed looking rougher than usual. But there's a solution that can get your truck bed looking good as new. Below is a photo that was taken by one of our reps out in the field after they tried Mineral Shock on the bed of a salt truck in Michigan.

Salt Truck after application of Mineral Shock

Mineral Shock is a powerful mineral deposit remover that doesn’t use harsh acids. Instead, it’s got reduced toxicity, acid-replacement technology that makes it powerful without harsh fumes.

To use Mineral Shock on your salt truck bed:

  • Spray RTU-strength Mineral Shock on the side of the truck bed.
  • Let sit 2-3 minutes (longer for heavy build up).
  • Agitate using Nylon Deck Brush and/or nonabrasive white pad.
  • Rinse with clean water.

That’s it! You can download an info sheet about Mineral Shock that contains these instructions here.

If you want to try out Mineral Shock for yourself, you can find your nearest distributor here.

If you have any further questions for us, we’d love to hear from you. Just contact us here.

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