When it comes to getting ready for the upcoming boating season, you have a lot to do. Getting your boat out of storage means checking it from stem to stern, including your hull integrity, your upholstery, your instruments, your electronics and especially your outboard motor. By taking the time to do all of your regular maintenance before the season starts, you can avoid any frustration and irritation when the weather turns nice. When you get to checking out your engine, or having it maintenance after the long winter, be sure to check oil levels. If you experienced excess emissions or buildup last season, it may be time to update your oil choice. After all, your boat motor is required to operate in the water, a very inhospitable environment for engines, and it deserves the best possible lubricant to ensure that it’s going to do well. Mercury outboard oil comes in many different types to ensure that you get the right one for your boat.
Mercury’s two-stroke marine oil is what you need for your two-stroke outboard motor. Whether you have a high-horsepower or low-horsepower two-stroke engine, you are going to find the perfect oil for your needs. Whether you are boating in your favorite calm lake or out in the ocean, these lubricants have the protective power you need to be able to ensure that your boat is ready for anything. You can even use them for both fuel-injection systems as well as pre-mixing. All of Mercury’s oils are formulated to reduce the effects of rust and corrosion on your motor, all day, every day. If you are looking for four-stroke or diesel engine oil, you can find that in Mercury brand too! Even high torque and acceleration are no match for the protection and lubrication of Mercury oil, so you can open up the throttle as hard as you want while you’re out on the water.
There is no better time than right now to get the new boating season kicked off right. Whether you are headed out on the water in a week or a month, whatever work you get done today is going to pay off on that next trip. Start by taking off your boat’s cover and checking over absolutely everything, then move on to preparing your boat for the best performance its ever given. The right oil is going to extend the life of your engine as well as reduce your motor’s emissions, meaning you can feel great about every purchase.