04/08/2016 09:08Can you help solve a discussion. I only buy stainless products on my boat (Screws, fittings etc) I was under the impression that stainless steel does not rust. However some of the deck fittings have started to rust. Is this possible if they are actual stainless steel?
26/09/2016 13:58Hi Harry
It depends on the quality of the stainless steel. Low grade will certainly rust on a boat. the higher level of steel is less likely to rust.
13/11/2017 13:22As was said... depends on purity. Sadly you cant really expect top quality even on multi milion yachts. Furthermore the sea salt is highly corrosive. So sadly parts gonna rust over time.
Edited by HGCREW 13/11/2017 13:22
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