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Old 05-09-2010, 06:47 PM
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Question about Fluid Film

I've been looking at the Fluid film, and haven't heard a bad thing about it.


One of the applications is said to

"Oxidized Paint Jobs- Fluid Film brings back the luster on old, oxidized paint jobs. Spray directly on paint and rub in like a wax."

How long does this work before wearing off?

It also has an application for dashboards and vinyl upholstery. What does it do for that?
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The paint application could last a while. Figure that Fluid Film will last 2 - 3 months in direct sunlight. If the car is stored in the garage it could last even longer.

It conditions and moisturizes the dash and vinyl, although if you don't like the smell I don't recommend applying inside the car. The smell dissipates pretty quick, but I'm just saying...
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