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Make Your Backyard Ice Rink Freeze All the Way Through in a Warmer Climate

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Can slush mixed with water help to freeze an ice rink?

I put too much water on initially, probably 3 inches and it only froze part way down so... I broke up the ice and mixed in snow with the water and made slush... It is over the whole rink and freezing now and about - 10 C overnight... I couldn't pump the "loose" water from under the ice so I broke it up and applied snow hoping to create a solid base and hoping it freezes.. . Can this solution work?? Just wondering if turning water into slush will help the rink freeze if you have too much water on the rink initially... I have tried: Tonight - added a lot of snow and tried to smooth it out

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and turn it into slush and seeing if this will freeze...

- put snow all over the rink to make a good base and mixed it with existing water... I think it was caused by: - I put too much water on the rink initially ...

- was not super cold enough to freeze ...


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