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Jet Ski Storage Facility in Orlando Area

Indoor & Outdoor Jet Ski Storage Facility in Orlando Area

Before you know it, the cold winds of winter will subside and temps will begin to rise for summer, meaning jet ski season is right around the corner. If you’re a jet ski owner, you probably can’t wait to get out on the open water.

Before you unleash the full power of your jet ski, you want to make sure it’s running efficiently. Here are some jet ski maintenance tips you can follow now to ensure you start your summer off on the right wave.

Jet Ski Maintenance Tips

Please be sure to consult your recreational water craft’s owner’s manual before conducting maintenance to ensure you’re following procedures correctly regarding your particular model.

  • Maintain engine fluids – If you own a jet ski model with two-stroke engines, they will require new fluid solutions of premixed oil and fuel. Four-stroke models don’t require a mixed solution but have separate fuel and oil intakes. Dispose of old fuel, but be mindful not to dump it in the trash or any body of water, including storm drains and sewers. Consult your local jet ski shop to find out how to properly dispose of your old jet ski fuel.
  • Wash your jet ski – Regardless of the time of year, jet skis need regular cleaning. To clean your jet ski thoroughly, place it on your transport trailer. Hose it down from top to bottom, but ensure water doesn’t enter the fuel breather, air intake, coils or any electrical areas – use a mister setting if you have one to delicately clean around these areas. Spray clean the area under the fuel tank, motor, and coupler where the siphon bilge may become blocked. Also, clean your tubs and seats as sand and saltwater can easily corrode them.
  • Look for damaged or loose parts – Examine your throttle cables and trim to ensure they’re connected and that no fraying has occurred. Smell the air around your jet ski to ensure there aren’t any fuel leaks. If you need to replace a damaged part, consult your owner’s manual to determine the right part for your model; using a part that isn’t designed for your model but still fits could result in jet ski damage or cause a malfunction that could hurt you and other riders.
  • Winterize your jet ski – if you haven’t already, it’s not too late to winterize your jet ski for the remainder of winter. Lubricate metal hinges and handles, cover your jet ski and store it in an area with low humidity or limited exposure to the elements.
Store and Secure Your Jet Ski for Winter with Adult Toy Storage

Keep your jet ski safe from frigid winter conditions with Adult Toy Storage’s massive indoor and outdoor storage facility. Our facility has more than 19,000 individual storage spaces, 24/7 access, and on-site security, allowing you to access your jet ski when you need it while keeping it safe and secure.

Our simple drive-up access makes dropping off and picking up your jet ski a breeze, whether you want to do it yourself or have our complimentary valet service do it for you. Contact Adult Toy Storage today to reserve your storage space!