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Old 29 April 2005, 17:25   #1
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say goodbye to salt corrosion with salt-x

It is a scientific fact that water cannot remove salt effectively from most surfaces
The solution for removing salt has been around for 17 years .This product is the single most effective"Equipment Corrosion Managment System"available today.

salt-x was developed in 1986 in the USA by John Helms,a chemist and keen angler.john wanted to remove the salt and stop corrosion on his fishing equipment the product is water soluble and non toxic.salt-x will not harm any part of your dive equipment ,BCD's,Camera housings, Dive computers, Marine engines, Fishing reels, Lures, Hooks, Cars, Trailers, Motorbikes, Homes,Trucks, etc.
In fact pretty much anything salt comes in contact with,salt-x will remove it
If salt-x comes in contact with magnesium rinse thoroughly with fresh water.

A 1LTR BOTTLE WILL GIVE YOU 16 GALLONS OF USEABLE PRODUCT

FOR MORE INFOMATION ON SALT-X AND OTHER PRODUCTS YOU CAN CONTACT ME AT

WWW.SALT-XUK.COM OR TEL 07781 11 03 60

CAUTION: KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN
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FLUSH EYE WITH FRESH WATER FOR AT LEAST 15 MINUTES.
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Is it? NaCl is soluble in H20 isn't it?
Please can you quantify that statement?

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It is a scientific fact that water cannot remove salt effectively from most surfaces
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Old 20 June 2005, 12:26   #3
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Is it? NaCl is soluble in H20 isn't it?
Please can you quantify that statement?
Now then, Mat.. you KNOW if it says so in the blurb...it must be a fact.. ..

Wish I'd had "salt ex" when I used to dive.... think.... all my gear, that I only rinsed with fresh water might have survived for years in good condition.... hang on.... it did survive.......
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Use salt x at the chip shop to remove the excess salt
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.........and is more expensive than it is in the US!!

Have a look SALT-X USA!!
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PS After a little reasearch a friend of ours who is a chemist advised that if you want to clean salt deposits use RED WINE VINEGAR either neat or diluted in warm water
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Sal and vinegar - now that sounds familiar!!!!!
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Old 23 June 2005, 19:13   #8
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Yes your right NaCI is soluble in H20 but once itís dissolved has it gone or is it still there?
And if you do remove the salt with water will the corrosion process stop?
After all, water in its own right is corrosive?
If all it takes is a little water to remove salt & stop corrosion
then why is there so many websites on the subject
also why are companyís all over the world spending extremely large amounts of money
trying to combat the problem?

As for salt-x being cheaper in the USA, it is?
and that is great if you live in the USA

Our price is £12.00

At todayís exchange rate which is 1 GBP = 1.81478 USD then a quart bottle will cost $ 12.95 thatís £7.13

But how do you get your hands on it after all your in England and the salt-x is in the USA
You canít walk there unless youíre Jesus then maybe you can.
So the only other way to get it is to have it posted to you, and that costís money?
If fact anything from $10 to $15 thatís £5.51 to £8.26 so will take the lesser cost

£ 7.13+ £5.51=£12.64
And you call that cheaper do you
Also the USA bottles are 946 ml and we top ours up to make 1000 ml
I know it donít sound much, but it works out to 3.6 litres more than the USA bottles will make.

As for using red wine vinegar to remove salt, donít know?
But itís apparently good for making LENTIL SOUP.
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