02-17-2006, 07:34 AM #1
Corrosion Inhibitors / Spray Lubricants
Blocking corrosion with an anti-corrosion compound is important to stop existing corrosion and prevent new.
These products must be unique in that it can be designed for use in electrics and electronics as well as metals and structures.
These products are also essential for your day-to-day routine maintenance of the long-term asset protection of our boats/equipment within the harsh marine environment that we all ride in.
These products can be found at your local hardware store or boating supply centers.
For the brand loyal customers, your local motorcycle shop also carries make specific corrosion sprays under their name, Yamaha, Bombardier, Kawasaki ect.....A bit more expensive due to dealer pricing, but still does the primary purpose of protection against corrosion.
~ Home Depot
~ Boaters World
Amsoil silicone spray
Gunk spray lubricant
STP Silicone lubricant
CRC 6-56 Marine Lubricant
02-17-2006, 08:29 AM #2
06-15-2006, 12:10 PM #3
06-15-2006, 12:43 PM #4
I love that Silicone spray !!!
09-25-2007, 03:48 PM #5
So I've heard that spraying is a good thing, but pardon my ignorance, what, exactly, do you spray the anti-corrosion spray on? Inside the engine compartment? On the outside? Everything? I just got my first ski, and I'm trying desperately to avoid salt water damage so I can keep my ski in as good a condition as I got it.
09-25-2007, 04:52 PM #6
i would spray anything that is metal
09-25-2007, 09:36 PM #7
Fluid Film good stuff
I have been using Fluid Film and it has been doing a great job on the trailer and ski.
Earthshaker is a dealer and offers greenhulk members a discount.
Dano50 must be also as he was offering free samples.
09-25-2007, 11:23 PM #8
SDGirl, You ask important questions. Most of the products out there that advertise corrosion prevention contain mostly solvent. Solvent eats plastic, paint, and most rubber. So you really need to be careful on what you spray. Many products won't show the harm they are doing immediately.
In somewhat short, what needs protection is your: engine, electrical connections, anything metal. I suggest Fluid Film as it is a superior product and you don't need to be careful on what you spray for the most part. It's safe on plastic, paint, and rubber (except natural rubber). (you wouldn't want to spray the supercharger belt and pulleys on the Ultra 250X as it would cause the belt to slip!... as an example). Do a search on here for "Fluid Film" and you'll find everyone that uses it thinks it's great....because it really is.
send a private message to "Dano50" with your shipping info for a free sample, no obligation, but would like you to provide feedback here on where you used it and how you like it.
If you like it and want to buy it, pm me to buy for the best deal as i am the closest distributor to the mfg here in NorCal.
Visit www.fluid-film.com for incredible amounts of info. PS, Fluid Film is classified non toxic, non harzardous. Washington State uses Fluid Film on their cables/chains that are in direct contact with the water. We all know how extremely environment conscious WA is.
09-25-2007, 11:40 PM #9
I am the CA distributor and mainly service dealers or industrial users.
I do sell to members since i'm here alot, own, and like to ride PWC. A website will be up soon www.novalast.com to buy online from my company if you don't have a retail outlet to buy from close by. If you sign up a local store you frequent as a Fluid Film dealer, or if you want me to contact them and they decide become a dealer - you'll get a free case of Fluid Film.
09-27-2007, 09:46 AM #10
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