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Fogging Oil

  • 26-10-2023 2:16pm
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    Not in relation to outboard engines where I believe its used for storage protection but more a question for someone that's used it and has seen how it works.

    I have a lot of iron tools in waterproof storage boxes. I currently add generous squirt of WD40 every time I close a box up and that seems to help reduce corrosion.

    Question is would a quick squirt of Fogging Oil in the tool box before sealing it up do a better job?

    I'm asking because the stuff seems expensive, if it wasn't I'd just try it and see.

    Wake me up when it's all over.



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