Acid sweat is usually a problem with steel strings. The silver, copper od classical bass strings are resistant to body acids, and the nylon is impervious to body acids and salt.
But if you have a problem with premature wear and oxidation, since you can't fix your sweat a pragmatic approach may be to use less expensive strings for practice, and switch to "concert quality" strings for performances. RJ45s are quite cheap to my thinking, but I hate the dull sound. Nonetheless, I'll use them when my budget is feeling the pinch. On my Gore, I spend the big money for Hannabach 815 basses even though they wear out rather quickly. On my cheaper guitars, I use whatever is on sale! Usually I find Savarez 500CJ HT a good cost compromise.
Good luck and I wish you success in your guitar escapades!
2013 Rodriguez FF Sabicas blanco
2015 Trevor Gore custom Neoclassical
- redwood top, Palo dorado B+Ss.