So, everything's frozen here, which is really strange to me because I've pretty much never seen such a sudden hard freeze like this. I'm looking at the forecast and the closest to above freezing it looks like it'll get any time soon is this weekend, with saturday forecast at 43/27F, and sunday 43/34F. I want to move my pots into more sheltered areas, but they're frozen solid to the trays and whatever tables or ground that they're on. What can I do to thaw them out enough to move without temperature shocking them? The trays are too heavy and fragile to try to bust loose and move - they're brittle plastic from being in the sun for years and also each full of roughly 40 lbs of water (now frozen solid.) I'm kind of afraid to use hot water. My mom's got this great steaming appliance that would be perfect for the task but her house is 140 miles away. (And I ride a bike to work, heh.) Maybe an iron? I'm almost certain that running my cheapo hairdryer in sub-freezing temperatures will immediately kill it. Suggestions? I almost posted this in the C-O-L-D thread but I figure it might yield some useful advice for others that find themselves in my position.