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|New Trailer Rinse System, from Starbrite|
|Thursday, 01 September 2011 09:34|
Starbrite has a new trailer rinse system they’re introducing, called the Trailer Spa Washdown System. Now, somehow it doesn’t seem fair that my boat gets a spa before I do, but rinsing the cradle your boat rides on is extremely important for saltwater anglers.
Corrosion can do a serious number on a trailer, especially the brakes. The Trailer Spa comes in a kit you install yourself (on any trailer up to three axles), and it also includes a 32 fl. oz. bottle of Salt Off and an applicator. Starbrite says do-it-yourself installation takes about two hours (which probably means it’ll take you three hours and it’ll take me four), and luckily there’s a video on the website to walk you through the process – check it out here.
Once you’ve put the hoses and nozzles in place, when you return home after a day of fishing all you’ll have to do is hook your hose up to the Trailer Spa, and let her rip. I find that thought particularly appealing since I often manage to get myself just as wet as the trailer, crouching down and reaching underneath the boat as I try to spritze the brakes and leaf springs.
How much will it cost you, to end the stooping and spraying that usually follows a day of trailer-boating in saltwater? The Trailer Spa can be found for under $100, and if you probe the web, you’ll see for as little as$70. Now, where can I find a similarly priced spa for humans…?