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  1. DanoFF50
    11-30-2009 02:23 PM - permalink
    Hi Craig,

    I'll ship out a sample can this week. You could spray it below 35 degrees without any problems. In the aerosol can it will just come out a bit heavier, but it will still spray. For your truck, I would recommend purchasing a gallon and use an undercoating gun or airless paint sprayer to apply. It leaves a wet, non-drying film, so you will get an initial dusting. You will not get any type of build-up, though, since Fluid Film never gets gummy or tacky. It remains very slick.

    We do not sell direct, so you would want to purchase through a distributor. You can find your closest dealer by visiting our website at Fluid Film® | Corrosion Preventative, Lubricant and Rust Inhibitor and clicking on purchase.

    Best regards,


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