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Attention all PWC enthusiasts! Maintaining your personal watercraft (PWC) is key to ensuring that it runs smoothly and lasts for many seasons to come. One of the most important steps in maintaining your PWC is engine flushing, which is the process of removing salt, sand, and mud from the engine and other internal parts. The build-up of these elements can cause significant damage to your PWC over time, leading to rust and corrosion that can decrease the lifespan of your engine and cost you an arm and a leg in repairs.

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If you've been riding in saltwater, don't even think about skipping engine flushing! The saltwater can be incredibly harsh and cause rapid corrosion, which is why it's essential to flush your engine as soon as possible after each ride. The good news is, engine flushing is a simple process that can be done with just a garden hose and an engine flush kit. Trust us, a few minutes of maintenance will ensure that your PWC is ready for the next adventure on the water!

By following this step by step guide, you can effectively flush your engine and keep it running smoothly for many seasons to come. Regular engine flushing will help prevent rust and corrosion, and extend the lifespan of your PWC.

Step 1 - Fill the Engine Flusher with Engine Flush: Before starting the engine flushing process, make sure to have the engine flush ready and within reach. Fill the engine flusher with the recommended amount of engine flush according to the manufacturer's instructions. This will ensure that the engine flush will work effectively in removing the salt, sand, and mud buildup from your personal watercraft's engine. Make sure to use a high-quality, specifically designed engine flush product.

Step 2 - Connect the Engine Flush Kit: Once you have access to the engine, you need to connect the engine flush kit. This kit typically includes a hose adapter that fits onto the end of a garden hose and a nozzle that you attach to the end of the hose. Make sure the connection is secure and watertight.

Step 3 - Turn on the Water: Once you have the kit connected, turn on the water and let it run for a few minutes. The water will help to flush out any initial build up of salt, sand, or mud that may have accumulated inside the engine.

Step 4 - Flush the Engine: Begin by flushing the engine using the feed setting. This will help to dissolve any deposits out of the engine to prevent corrosion. Once you've completed this step, flush the engine with a clean water flow again until it runs clear to ensure that all debris is removed.


Flushing the salt build-up from the engine cooling system and exhaust helps prevent internal corrosion, which is the bane of any watercraft's existence. By keeping the salt, sand, and mud at bay, you're ensuring that everything runs smoothly and efficiently. Regular engine flushing may also help extend the life of your PWC or jet ski!

The sooner the better! If you're a stickler for maintenance, you'll want to give your engine a rinse on the same day you take it for a spin. That way, the salt, sand, and mud won't have a chance to settle in and cause any unwanted corrosion. Flushing your engine is like washing your hands after a messy meal, the sooner you do it, the better! So, don't wait around, get that engine flushed and ready to hit the water again!

If you ride your jet ski in saltwater, then listen up! After every ride, you'll want to give your engine a good old rinse to prevent salt build-up from wreaking havoc on its longevity. If you're a lake-lover, don't think you're off the hook. While flushing after every ride isn't as necessary, it's still a good idea to give your engine a periodic rinse to make sure it stays in good condition.