If it is an acid netralizer, then it might be basic (pH>7 and therefore
possibly corrosive, any chance that the battery stuff is corrosive?
73, DX de Pat, AA6EG/N6IJ
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Marina Amateur Radio Contest Station; N6IJ
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On Sun, 21 Jun 1998, David Jordan wrote:
> I use QUALCO battery ANTI-CORROSION to protect my turnbuckles and
> antenna hardware connections from rust and oxidation...the stuff goes on
> like vasaline, the excess
> melts off and what is left prevents any corrosion...works great for
> dis-similar metals connections... This stuff is not a grease it is a
> high-viscosity acid neutralizer.
> good luck,
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