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I can't say enough about it, what a fantastic product and thanks a million for the samples you sent Ford truck Members!
I feel like I am a Fluid Film Rep going around showing everyone all it can do, but when a product like this is introduced to you, and it WORKS well you can't do anything except spread the word.
I have used it on tools, especially my rachets and sockets, on my firearms and flintlocks, and on my truck ofcourse, here in Vermont we use salt by the railroad car each winter, last year our town bought 5,000 TONS of road salt and ran out beofre winter was over...Rust/??? YOU BET we have rust, but one spray of Fluid Film and rust stops dead in its tracks...I MEAN STOPS!!
I've tried all kinds of homemade remedies for halting rust on trucks, especially the fender wells, oil sprays, mystery oil, blends of hydraulic fluid and brake fluid, you name it we have tried it, factory made stuff to like Rust Halt, and all of them did zip, zero, nada....until Fluid Film came along.
It stops rust dead. DEAD. is safe on my paint job, my plastics, the rubber boots, won't conduct electricity, man its good stuff.
stops rust, protects paint, plastic, rubber, metal, and wood and is lanolin based so even if I get it on my hands it does nothing but soften them up, I even found a way to keep that muck/salt/ road grime from building up on the wheel wells, you know those big ice chunks you are tempted to kick off the truck right behind the wheels?
Spray that area before heading out with Fluid Film, a fast blast will do it, and that road muck won't stick to the trucks even below zero!!
Door hinges, tailgates, rust prevention, firearms and fishing lube and protection, even paint protection and corrosion stopped even on my aluminum boat!
I have never yet been let down by Fluid Film in any application.
Simon says...I'm Simon! 2008 XLT F-250 Super Duty, Crew Cab, 4x4, Short box, 5.4 gas, 3.73 gearing , Snowplow package, all stock
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