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head gaskets came out of the same outboard motor. Before he knew about Salt-Away,
Greg Moss, the owner and mechanic of Moss Marine, Channelview, TX, had always
flushed his motors with fresh water after every use in salt water. The gasket
on the left, flushed with fresh water for a year, was removed during the motor's
annual overhaul. Greg replaced the gasket with the one on the right and began
flushing every time with Salt-Away. It was used in the motor for one year and
was removed at the next annual overhaul.
- The foaming property is not to be mistaken for
a hazardous or toxic material. The foaming soon dissipates.
- For a copy of the Salt-Away Material Safety Data Sheet
(MSDS), please see our MSDS page, or contact us.
- During the process, flush until Salt-Away’s foaming
action can be seen exiting the exhaust, which takes 20-30 seconds.
- Less than ˝ fl oz (15 ml) of product has been used, and the
remaining product in the Mixing Unit can be used to remove salt from the boat,
trailer and other equipment, up to 45 feet (14 m).
SALT-AWAY’S SALT REMOVING AGENT
- Salt-Away’s salt removing agent is a new, highly technical
product which is much more successful than any other similar additive on the market.
- It has a very high, dense
foaming property which allows the salt removal to be unquestionable.
- Salt-Away does 3 major jobs when used as an engine
Salt-Away is the first product that is successfully changing
the entire salt-water boating maintenance industry.
of Salt-Away’s popularity, many boaters began to take their engines back to their
dealers to have them retrofitted to be able to accept the Salt-Away Mixing Unit.
was the first product marketed as an engine flush, and we developed a successful
way to get it into engines.
WATER ENGINE FLUSHING