Prevent Salt Corrosion with Desalt

Desalt, a simple cleaning and protective product that safely dissolves salt from all surfaces, is now available through leading marine outlets around New Zealand.

Desalt is specially formulated to help dissolve salt deposits around the entire boat. From being used as an engine flush right through cleaning other exposed areas such as railings, ladders, windscreens, fittings and trailers.

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Desalt can also be used on personal watercraft, kayaks, cars, beach tractors, house or bach windows and decks, fishing or dive gear. In fact anything that comes into contact with the corrosive nature of the marine environment can be washed down by using Desalt!

Desalt is water based, not harmful to aquatic life, non-hazardous, non-toxic, is biodegradable and is also PH neutral.

Desalt can be applied to any surface by using the dispenser nozzle. Simply add 50ml of Desalt concentrate to the dispenser reservoir and then attach a garden hose. The dispenser can also easily be attached to your outboard ‘muffs’ or flush port on your engine.

When water is added, just 50ml of the Desalt concentrate will make 1-litre of solution ready for washing.

A 2-litre container of Desalt has a RRP of $39.00, 5-litre - $69.00 and the dispenser - $49.00.

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Desalt is an incredibly affordable product to use on a frequent basis and is a fraction of the price of its competitors.

For your nearest retailer visit http://www.hutchwilco.co.nz

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