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Salty Bay Salt Guard

October 8, 2021
Salty Bay Salt Guard

When you are fishing or boating, there’s one thing that is for sure. Salt is going to get into your gear and cause havoc to expensive fishing rods, reels, boat engines, fittings, trailers, you name it. Here’s a great new product to the NZ market, developed and formulated here in New Zealand by Campbell Banks and Sam Johnston.

Campbell is a qualified engineer, boat owner & fisherman and knows the need for marine equipment care inside and out.  

Sam is an experienced marine engine mechanic with an active role in the chemical manufacturing industry in New Zealand.

Together these guys have developed a new engine flush and all-purpose salt remover product range, Salty Bay.

Salty Bay is a venture created for the sole purpose of providing top quality products, locally made at a reasonable price.

Salt Guard - Their flagship brand is a top-shelf marine engine flush, salt removal wash & corrosion inhibiting cleaner designed to be both user friendly and effective to give you the peace of mind you need when caring for your equipment.

Campbell Banks and Sam Johnston from Canterbury started Salty Bay in 2020 after Campbell bought a boat that quickly failed due to port damage caused by saltwater corrosion. They saw the options available and set out to provide Kiwi’s with a better-quality version, locally made with New Zealand conditions in mind.

These guys are passionate about bringing the best products to market, making jobs easier & the experience enjoyable for anyone trying to protect any fishing or boating equipment from the ravages of salt corrosion.

There’s a solid range of products and sizes available, with custom application devices all designed to make hosing and flushing engines and gear an easy job, leaving your valuable boating stuff clean, shiny and protected.

We look forward to testing these products over the summer, and bringing you a long term test, but our initial impressions of the product are very positive.

The Salty Bay team offer free shipping throughout New Zealand, and 100% satisfaction policy.

If you are keen on trying the Salty Bay range yourself, and supporting a local New Zealand business, check out the product range and more info HERE  

Or check out their Facebook page HERE

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