Monthly Archives: May 2016

” Can I use CorrosionX to make my expensive cable harnesses last longer?

Corroded connectors are a primary cause of problems in automotive, marine and machinery operation. A liberal spray of CorrosionX cleans and protects against further corrosion. With polar bonding the product creeps into wiring harnesses. Far superior to WD40, and approved by Boeing, Pratt & Whitney, Cessna aircraft, Caterpillar Marine. Always have a can handy. Works well on PC USB connectors [...]

” Can I use CorrosionX to make my expensive cable harnesses last longer? 2016-05-17T16:55:18-05:00

How do I Protect My Marine Engines from Corrosion

"... I like Corrosion X ... it's nice because you can spray it on electrical stuff like your alternator and it will help protect it from corrosion... is a great value in a gallon container and a cheap sprayer... is easy on rubber. WD40 eats up rubber, so do not spray it on your outboard engine or your marine engine... [...]

How do I Protect My Marine Engines from Corrosion 2017-04-11T08:35:47-05:00

3 Steps to Repair Corroded Outdoor Light Fixtures

1. Remove loose rust with a wire brush or high pressure water. 2. Apply a liberal coat of Corroseal Rust Converter. Will convert rust to an inert material and prime in one application. Cleans up with water 3. Apply a good quality topcoat paint For added protection of electrical connections, a liberal spray of CorrosionX on all electrical connectors, the [...]

3 Steps to Repair Corroded Outdoor Light Fixtures 2016-05-10T17:15:00-05:00

Is CorrosionX like WD 40?

WD 40 is a good WD (water displacer). But that’s as far as it goes. CX is a better lubricant and penetrant while protecting for a much longer period of time. After a while WD 40 gums up to seize items that worked before and forms a film that becomes hydroscopic, resulting in creating rust. WD40 is also very flammable, [...]

Is CorrosionX like WD 40? 2016-05-10T17:13:08-05:00