Salt-Away Concentrate- 32oz.
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- Fl. Oz.: 32
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Our boat mechanic says we get credit for simply flushing the engine, but he too said Salt-Away and other products like it help dilute and dislodge salt. He concluded there was no way we would have gotten 20 years out of a 4-cylinder Mexican GM iron block if we had not done so.
I recently picked up an additional quantity of this product to spray and flush underneath our cars and truck to try to get rid of accumulated road salt the highway department has used against repeated snowfalls this winter. Not sure yet whether this stuff will work as well against road salt, which in our area is a strong concentration of Calcium Chloride, compared to the relatively weak level of saltwater in our brackish Bay and tributaries.
Out of curiosity I checked what is actually in this stuff, chemically, to be able to do battle against salt contamination. According to publicly available data sheets, it looks like the main ingredient is TriSodiumPhosphate (TSP) and some unspecified corrosion inhibitors. TSP's Ph is about 12, which is alkaline, where Sodium Chloride is neutral at around 7. I haven't found a good discussion or explanation anywhere about the specific interaction between these two elements in a solution of water, but I also haven't seen anything to dispute the company's claims.
So, I figure it's cheap insurance to slow down rustouts in the vehicles as well as what I've already seen in the boat and trailer.
Bio-degradeable, so I don't need to worry about it flowing down the boat ramp into the water.
I've flushed it through my '94 mariner 60 hp (about 30 seconds, then 5-10 minutes of freshwater) every time I've used it, and although this is the first season that I've had this motor (which was just completely rebuilt) I feel good about its positive impact.
I also use it all over my pontoons, and trailer. Combine this with fluid film onto the raw steel parts (engine block, electrical connections, leaf springs, trailer bolts) and you should have a shot at heading off salt water corrosion.
I will update at the end of the season. (If I remember, haha)
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Works great would highly recommend. I own a bait and tackle shop I have salt water tanks and everything gets residue from the salty air.Published 2 months ago by Danielle
love this stuff and if used as directed, it actually will last awhile.Published 4 months ago by steve mulholland