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    Question SALT AWAY

    Hi all, I own a RXT X 260 RS sailing always at sea. I wanted to know if it is necessary to use salt away for when out of the water and sweeten or whether on the contrary it is not necessary.
    I saw that in the catalog of 2009 Sea Doo advertised as optional.
    I hope your answers greetings to all.


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    If your riding in salt water, I would DEFFINATELY DO IT every time...Your gonna make that investment last a lot longer

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    It defiantly wouldn't hurt to use it, however provided you wash and flush your ski properly and spray everything in the hull with oil after after each ride you should be alright.

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    i have a hose kit to use salt away as part of my flush, this is excellent for really removing salt water from exhaust and intercooler, my 05 rxp is still on original intercooler and ski is faultless, i also fog motor after every ride

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    Someone did a chemical test on Salt away and found it was very close to dawn soap. I use a diluted version of dawn after every ride instead of salt away cheaper and same effect.

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    +1....i put a little Fantastic in the container(lol),been using it forever.

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    Quote Originally Posted by surferd15 View Post
    Someone did a chemical test on Salt away and found it was very close to dawn soap. I use a diluted version of dawn after every ride instead of salt away cheaper and same effect.
    I've heard that about the dawn before. How far do you dilute it. I'm almost out of salt away and hate to spend $20 bucks if dawn does the same thing.

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    Does it have to be dawn, or just some dish soap? Do you just put in the mixing unit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by TBaGZ View Post
    Does it have to be dawn, or just some dish soap? Do you just put in the mixing unit?
    I just use Dawn, and yes you just put it in the container of the mixing unit.

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    Then I use salt away ...... in my pwc?
    What is the conclusion? is good? not harm the engine?
    Thanks for the tips.

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