How to Prevent Salt Corrosion on Metal
Salt air, salt water and road salts can corrode and ruin metal. Our Everbrite Coatings will seal and protect metal from salt damage.
Salt corrodes metal in homes near the ocean.
Salt damage on painted metal door, repainting will NOT solve this problem.
Stop salt corrosion and damage from salt or chlorine on metal with Everbrite Coatings.
Do you live near the ocean? Living by the ocean is wonderful, walks on the beach, beautiful sunsets and other special reasons why you love the ocean. Unfortunately, salt air causes ugly corrosion, rust and pitting on metal. You can stop the corrosion, and make your property more valuable.
Do you drive through chlorides on roadways? Want to protect your wheels, truck, and more from corrosion?
Everbrite™, ProtectaClear® and CrobialCoat® will prevent salt corrosion, oxidation and damage on fixtures, tools, boats, window frames, fishing gear, diving gear and much more. Brush on, roll on, use an applicator, or spray on with a paint sprayer. One part, Self leveling, crystal clear coating will protect from salt damage and corrosion. ProtectaClear® and CrobialCoat® will not dull the shine of highly polished wheels, chrome, aluminum or other metal.
If the stainless steel is already corroded or rusty, clean the surface with a no-scratch cleanser, Scotch-Brite pad or very fine sandpaper, cleaning with the grain. Wash off the residue with EZ-Prep Cleaner and then ProtectaClear® or CrobialCoat® can be painted on with a natural bristle brush, rolled on with high-density foam rollers, applied with a clear-coat applicator or sprayed on with paint sprayers. The cleanser step is not recommended for use on mirror finishes. If the stainless steel is not corroded, the the cleanser or sanding step can be skipped. If there is oil or wax on the stainless, it must be removed prior to coating.