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Each brand and model PWC have slightly different flush times. Always follow the manufacturer's guidelines to ensure you're flushing safely.
Never flow water through a flush port without the engine running. Starting the water flow before you start the engine could result in water passing into the combustion chamber through the exhaust. Ensure you turn water off before shutting down the engine post flush.
Ensure your PWC is level
Locate your flush port - all brands are slightly different
Attach the garden hose to the flush point (Do not start the flow of water). Using the musket makes this a lot easier having an off, water and soap setting
Start the PWC engine and let it idle, walk to the flush device and immediately start the flow of water
Follow the manufacturer's specifications for the relevant flush time. Generally 1 to 3 minutes
Shut down the flow of water prior to turning off the engine.
Dismount the flush device from the flush port.
Tip: Give the jet unit a rinse out to avoid leftover salt residue from settling around this part of the PWC
Saltwater or salty mist can enter the engine compartment through the ventilation system. This will cause corrosion to throttle linkage, electrical connections and other components, so you want to rinse this off.
Remove the seat to get to the engine. (Never rinse a hot engine) so wait for it to cool down before rinsing off.
Remove the bung plugs from the rear of the hull, so water can drain out. Angle the bow of the PWC up a little to encourage the water to drain from the hull and foot gunnels
Mix Salty Captain’s salt washing solution in the captain’s musket and start washing down the engine and body of the PWC. You can adjust the nozzle on The Captain’s Musket to a “mist” for certain areas of the ski where necessary. High water pressure around the engine bay can force water past the seals on electrical connectors and other places that can cause damage to your PWC.
Ensure you remove all soap suds from the surface you’ve covered. Don't let suds dry out!
Make sure you don’t forget to wash your trailer just as good as your PWC.
Mist over the engine components with a water-displacing lubricant - Our Captain seal, lanolin spray or aerosol is perfect for this.
Store you’re PWC with the seat off to let the engine compartment dry.