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Andrew Doyle (Wicklow, Fine Gael) | Oireachtas source
It probably is the same analogy as getting a car washed after the roads have been gritted. One gets one's brake callipers fixed very quickly before they heat up or one will be in trouble. Salty water, when it heats up, is highly corrosive.
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