INOX-MX3 for Marine

INOX anti-corrosion, anti-moisture lubricant is ideal for marine use, it doesn’t dry out or wash off with water, it’s non-conductive and non-staining and stops electrolysis between aluminium and stainless steel in salt water.


INOX will readily free rusted and salt corroded boat fittings & parts, lights & switches, hinges & locks, steering cables, shackle bolts, slides, etc. Using INOX on an ongoing basis will keep these items in a good serviceable condition for their full intended life.


Use INOX to lubricate cables, locks & hinges, linkages, slides, winches, starter motors, generators, alternators, sliding windows & doors, sail tracks (ideal), deck pulleys, towing balls & couplings and any other equipment or fittings that requires a good anti-corrosion lubricant. Lubrication of STEERING CABLES, use INOX-mx8 Extreme Pressure P.T.F.E. Grease, it is virtually waterproof and is anti-corrosion.


Use INOX to protect light fittings, wiring and plugs from corrosion. Use LANOX-mx4 with Lanolin for the protection from corrosion on the chassis, axles and springs and INOX-mx8 Extreme Pressure P.T.F.E. grease for the Trailer Wheel Bearings. (Both INOX-mx8 grease & LANOX-mx4 lubricant have their own sections on this website).


Use LANOX-mx3 lubricant with lanolin in preference to INOX, LANOX does not effect rubber, INOX may effect some jet ski rubber seals with long term use.


INOX is a very good lubricant for cutting, drilling, tapping and machining aluminium & stainless steel. With aluminium it stops tool chatter & tool creep, tearing & burring, leaves a very fine, clean cut finish. INOX is also a good tapping and thread cutting lubricant for copper rod, brass & monell nuts used on the larger old style timber sailing boats & fishing trawlers. Use INOX on carborundum stones for sharpening knives, hooks, chisels, etc.


For protection from corrosion and damaging moisture spray INOX on outboard motors & power legs, into all light fittings & switches on boats & trailers, electronic circuits, wiring harness, radios, radar & antennas, starter motors, generators & alternators, gauges, air conditioning & refrigeration fan motors and anywhere corrosion is a problem.

“I hire all different types of Hovercraft, large and small on the East Coast of Australia, powered with Briggs & Stratton motors right up to the bigger Detroits and G.M.s. Up until 9-10 years ago I had all sorts of corrosion problems with fan blades and motors, but now when the hovercraft come in, we hose everything, motors, fan blades, the lot with fresh water and spray everything with a good coating of INOX. I haven’t had the slightest problem with corrosion for years. Anyone who owns a boat, has just got to use INOX, the stuff’s magic.” R. McLEOD – AIRLIFT SUPER CRAFT

Caution: Inox may effect some natural rubber products with continual long term use.