Salts Gone™ Aviation

Product Instructions

Aviation Formula Instructions

The Salts Gone™ Aviation Formula is designed for dilution with water and can be applied
using various methods to suit different operational needs. Below are our
recommendations for achieving optimal results:

● Hose End Sprayer Application: For application using the Salts Gone™ hose end
sprayer or any water hose-driven delivery device, we recommend a dilution ratio
of 1:100. This precise ratio can be effortlessly achieved using our pre-set 32 oz
hose end sprayer, which attaches directly to a standard water hose. As water
flows through the device, it automatically mixes with the product at the correct
ratio without allowing water to enter the product bottle. This method ensures a
uniform mixture throughout the application process. While rinsing after
application is strongly recommended for best results, it is not mandatory. The
Salts Gone™ Aviation Formula is versatile and can also be applied by any method
that allows for the product to be mixed with water as per user preference.

● Battery Operated or Pump Sprayer Application: When using a battery-operated
sprayer or a manual pump sprayer, a suggested dilution ratio of 1:50 is
recommended. This ratio ensures effective distribution and performance of the
formula in various application contexts. While rinsing after application is strongly
recommended for best results, it is not mandatory.

● Foam Cannons: Salts Gone™ Aviation Formula works great in a foam cannon at
1:100 ratio. Consult your manufacture if pressure application is acceptable. While
rinsing after application is strongly recommended for best results, it is not

These application guidelines are designed to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness
of Salts Gone™ Aviation Formula, catering to the diverse needs of our customers.

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Suggested Uses

The Salts Gone™ Aviation Formula is highly recommended for the protection of all types
of aircraft and helicopters that are subject to chloride exposure. This encompasses a
wide range of sources, including but not limited to, salt air, seawater, de-icing agents,
and environmental pollutants. Its versatile formulation is designed to safeguard aviation
assets from the corrosive effects of chlorides, ensuring their longevity and operational

Suggested Application Scenarios

● Sea Planes and Amphibious Aircraft: Given their direct and frequent contact with saltwater, it is advisable to apply Salts Gone™ Aviation Formula after every operation. This practice helps to neutralize salt deposits, a primary source of corrosion and damage.

● Aircraft Operating Near Coastal Areas: Aircraft stationed or frequently operating within 50 miles of the coastline are significantly exposed to salt air, a subtle but constant threat. For these aircraft, a thorough wash with the Aviation Formula at least every 14 days is recommended to mitigate salt air's corrosive effects.

● Exposure to De-icing Chemicals: Aircraft treated with de-icing solutions encounter chemical components that can compromise the aircraft's protective coatings and structural integrity. To counteract these effects, we advise washing the aircraft with Salts Gone™ Aviation Formula within 36 hours of exposure. This timeframe ensures the removal of residual chemicals before they can inflict damage.

Additional Considerations

● Environmental Pollution: Aircraft operating in areas with high levels of industrial
or urban pollution may also benefit from more frequent applications. Pollutants
can adhere to surfaces and, combined with moisture, lead to accelerated

● Customized Maintenance Plans: While the above guidelines offer general
recommendations, we encourage operators to adjust the frequency of
application based on their specific operating environments and observed
condition of the aircraft. Monitoring and adjusting the maintenance routine can
further enhance the protective efficacy of Salts Gone™ Aviation Formula.

By adhering to these guidelines, operators can significantly extend the life and
performance of their aircraft, ensuring they remain resilient against the harsh conditions
they face.