Originally Posted by OldCoot
Never seen calcium chloride or salt increase conductivity. Maybe water, but not the chemicals.
What does calcium Chloride and salt melt to make a liquid?
Most everything here is sprayed down in liquid form anymore.
"Already a liquid"
Op, I had a short once due to the conductive nature of the chemicals being sprayed down and melting snow and ice on the highway.
I had a blown marker light fuse and a blown brake light fuse.
Pulled over and cleaned the connections with bottled water and put a bag over the connection and replaced fuses then all was well.