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  1. Ed Staffin

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    Living in Key West, I'm going to inevitably have to deal with salt water. I'm not talking about taking my p4 for a swim, but rather the salt air and mist that is near the surface. I have to assume that if I fly near the surface (or anywhere on the ocean for that matter), salt is going to be an issue. The question is how best to do maintenance so the salt doesn't eat my machine?
    Thanks ... Ed
     
  2. normr

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    I would look into these two products, I use fluid-film on my jet ski to protect it against corrosion, in fact I have this special misting nozzle that sprays a fine mist throughout the hull over everything.

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