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Welcome to Gulf Harbors Life Boating and Fishing! If you live in the GH/GHW community then you live for boating and fishing! Here you will find the latest local fishing action. What fish are hot and what bait is working. You might even be able to figure out somebody's secret fishing-hole! Scuba enthusiasts can find out the latest water conditions and visibility. And don't forget to send us your stories, reports, and photos. Every month we'll feature the Photo of the Month and give away prizes! So get'em in! Email your photos here!

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I know that I should be spraying down my engine compartment with lubricants periodically. What products work best for this? Are there any I should steer away from? And finally - are there specific areas on the engine I should be spraying or NOT spraying?
Tom B.
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Spraying your engine with a corrosion inhibitor in a salt-water environment is a good maintenance practice. Stay away from the inhibitor sprays that are alcohol based because alcohol will deteriorate most rubber parts. But the best way to prevent corrosion is to keep the paint on your engine. If you see any paint flaking in a certain area just remove the loose paint and sand the area. Then repaint with good quality paint - preferably the factory paint.
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Do you have questions about fixing or maintaining your boat? Our resident marine mechanic, Terry Brandenburgh of Suncoast Yacht Service, will answer all your questions. Terry will also provide regular tips to keep your boat mechanically and electrically ship-shape! Email your questions now, click here!


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