Protection First Class - Boating
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Marine environments can be devastating to metal hardware, electronics, and surfaces. Saltwater is a major cause of corrosion. Even freshwater environments cause rust and corrosion. Whether boating for pleasure or for business, make sure to keep your entire craft protected and operational with Protection First Class.
METAL RAILINGS AND HARDWARE
Keep all metal hardware and railings shiny and protected from corrosive marine environments with Protection First Class. Metal hardware and friction points that require lubrication, as well as protection, should be treated and NOT wiped down. Simply spray Protection First Class on all metal hardware and surfaces, allow the formula to stand and bubble momentarily, then wipe off any excess with a clean cloth. Allowing the formula to stay naturally thick inside pulleys and winches provides long-lasting lubrication.
Today even the smallest boats have electronics. Depth finders, GPS systems, sonar, and more can be equipped to boats for aid in navigation and fishing. To ensure that all electrical connections are sea-worthy, treat them with Protection First Class. Thoroughly clean all leads, terminals, and posts, then make a secure connection. Once the connection is securely made, thoroughly cover it with Protection First Class. This will prevent water or other elements from penetrating into the connection and causing shorts or malfunctions.
Marine trailers are constantly exposed to corrosive conditions that promote rust. Make sure your marine trailer is protected with Protection First Class, whether in storage, on the road, or being put in the water. Treat everything on the trailer, from the winch to the electrical connections. Thoroughly clean and dry your unloaded marine trailer, then apply a thick coat of protection first class over every surface. We suggest using a standard undercoating gun and our 1-gallon or 5-gallon packages of liquid Protection First Class for medium to larger trailers. Once a thick coat of the product is applied, the excess can be wiped off where preferred. It is recommended that parts or areas that benefit from the lubricating properties, as well as the protecting abilities of Protection First Class, not have the excess removed.
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