Anyone ever use naylic?

SpiderwireSpiderwire Posts: 38 Deckhand
Just had my axial,hubs,spindles ,leaf springs and fitting replaced on my galvanized trailer....they were totally corroded after years in the saltwater...unfortunately the trailer place here in Georgia did not have galvanized parts and had to re-build with all painted metal...I ordered a can of nyalic spray to use on all the parts...$30 a 12 ounce can but it is supposed to be some good stuff against saltwater...anyone ever use it and how did it do
It is supposed to last 3 years

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  • SpiderwireSpiderwire Posts: 38 Deckhand
    Sorry should be Nyalic
  • Fish HaidFish Haid Posts: 8,051 Admiral
    No idea bout Nyalic, but sounds just like some kind of paint. I've never seen any painted steel survive in saltwater long-term. I suggest that you paint everything with a good thick coating of axle grease - preferably before you put it in water for first time. Looks messy, and it is, and it attracts dirt, but will keep things from rusting. Take springs apart and paint in-between leaves. Repeat yearly.
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