In Reply to: Calcium chloride removal... posted by Dave in Wisconsin on December 13, 2017 at 13:54:31:
It's a good dust layer, might be good for ice removal too. Jacked above ground with tem at top, remove air, remove valve adaptor, install a few feet of tight fitting clear plastic hose preferably clamped on. Now rotate stem to bottom and start draining into bucket or tub. Add a couple of PSI air to speed flow and repeat airing and draining till empty. Last remaining can be pumped or letting tire collapse under tractor weight may help. You will never get 100% of the fluid out unless new tubes are installed.