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The importance of flushing your outboard motors!

Ahoy, mateys! We all know that the ocean is a beautiful and fun place to be, but did you know that it can also wreak havoc on your boat's motor? That's right, the saltwater and debris that can accumulate in your motor can cause serious damage over time. So, what's a seafaring captain to do? Flush your motor, of course!

Now, we know what you might be thinking. "Flush my motor? That sounds like a personal problem!" But trust us, it's not. Flushing your motor is an essential step in ensuring that it stays ship-shape and seaworthy.

Think of it like this: if you were eating a giant lobster feast, would you just let the shells and scraps sit on your plate and hope that they magically disappear? Of course not! You'd clean up after yourself so that the next course can be just as delicious as the first.

The same goes for your boat's motor. When you take your vessel out for a spin in the ocean, it's bound to pick up some saltwater and debris along the way. If you don't flush it out afterward, that gunk can build up and cause serious problems down the line. It's like letting that lobster shell sit on your plate for weeks and weeks until it starts to stink up the whole house.

But fear not, ye salty sea dogs! Flushing your motor is easier than you might think. Just hook up a hose to a set of ear muffs (no not the kind you wear on your head!) turn on the water, and let it run for a few minutes. It's like giving your motor a refreshing shower after a long day at sea.

So, the next time you're out on the water, don't forget to give your motor a good flush. Your boat (and your nose) will thank you for it. And who knows, maybe that clean motor will even help you catch a few more fish on your next voyage. Happy boating, mateys!

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