I have been using WD40 on my hinges, retractable steps, latches, etc. I was speaking to friend who has a boat and says that he uses Boeshield which protects from rust better and lasts longer than WD40. When reading up on Boeshield it says that it leaves a waxy coating (which is why it would protect better from rust) but I am concerned that dirt and grit would adhere to the waxy coating. Has anyone found a lubricant that protects from rust and is long lasting without leaving a sticky coating?
Tom and Margaret
2014 Berkshire 390bh-60