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Old 11-22-2014, 06:42 PM   #11
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Head down to your nearest rv store and get the plastic holder or two of an item called Dri-Eze plus a gallon of the dri-eze pellets that store in the upper basket. This sucks up the moisture and drips into the lower container as a liquid. Have a couple in my RV trailer over the winter and works first class. You will have to empty the lower containers every so often but works like a hot dam ! Have no rusting issue on any non stainless steel components. Should be also able to get the plastic containers at Wallymart or Home Depot. The gallon containers of the chemical at RV outlets are the most economical rather than the small bags most hardware stores sell.
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Old 11-23-2014, 08:39 AM   #12
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OK. Thanks for all the replies. I'm going to go to an RV store and buy some things.
Most of the corrosion was on things like my battery chargers (non stainless screws), bungee cord hooks, my RC car (I know, traitor). The other weird one was the copper pipe that the previous owner had installed. Part of it burned a hole through the wing bag and corroded the aileron control horn. It's almost like a chemical reaction between the two metals. I removed any of the offending copper.
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