How we protect you from salt water?
Before we discuss on topic of how we protect you and your tools from salt water I want your focus on what is salt water.
Salt water is water that have salt. It is the type of water that is found near sea and ocean area. It is sometime known as saline water
Strike hold is serious defender and can fight against saltwater for your tools .
It work as magician and remove unwanted dust, dirt, and rust
Before we talk more on saltwater we want your all focus on difference between saltwater and clean water
Salt Water vs. Fresh Water
Effect of saltwater on Your machinery and tools
Current move more easily in salt water than it does/goes in fresh water. This is because salt water as an electrolyte contains enough dissolved ions than your normal clean water meaning electrons can move frequently.
As you know Rust is about the move of electrons.
iron rusts more quickly on salt water than in clean water.
many objects or tools that spend a lot of time in salty water, such as boat tools, catch rust quickly.
Tools those are living near or visit coast know the destructive power of saltwater to rust and corrode metal.
It hole aluminum, copper and corrodes brass .
How you fight back Against salt water ?
Strike Hold helps you to fight back, against rust and corrosion and reduce costly repairs, replacements and rebuilt .
As we Spray or apply on machinery to clean surface rust and create a powerful barrier between metal and salt water.
Strikehold spray create bonds with metal surfaces at a molecular level for maximum saltwater protection.
This is normal for protecting ocean-going machinery, tools, motors, fishing tackle, vehicles, stainless steel fittings and any metal surface, machinery, tools and gear exposed to saltwater .
Strike hold always protect from unwanted rust and corrosion that Is mainly on your tools and machinery.
It will save your time and money and time.
We hope you now understand how we protect you from salt water.
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