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Fluid Film: what it has to offer...

Discussion in 'Eureka Fluid Film' started by joyofFluidFilm, Apr 1, 2009.

  1. joyofFluidFilm

    joyofFluidFilm Senior Member
    Messages: 497

    For those unfamiliar or unsure what Fluid Film is all about, I thought I would take a second to explain what sets Fluid Film apart from all the competition.

    Fluid Film contains no solvents. That statement alone means a number of things:

    1) No evaporation. No evaporation means more useable product, which in turn means more bang for your buck.
    Most competitive products contain as much as 70% solvent, meaning most of what you spray evaporates and contaminates the atmosphere.

    2) Non-tacky application. With solvent-based materials, the end product ends up being a gummy, sticky mess. Fluid Film will NEVER get tacky, retaining a super-slick consistency that provides excellent lubrication for moving parts.

    3) Eco-Friendly. No solvents means no ozone depleting chemicals contaminating the atmosphere. It is classified as non-toxic and non-hazardous and is safe to be used inside the home, as well as out in the field.

    Fluid Film is manufactured using an all-natural lanolin base. Lanolin is of animal origins, extracted from the wool of sheep, which use it as a waterproofing wax to aid in shedding water from their coats. It has been used for centuries for its medicinal and rust-preventive properties.

    The unique molecular structure of Fluid Film creates a non-drying coating that imbeds into the pores of metal and resists water wash-off. There is no better product to protect your equipment

    If you’d like more information, visit our website at www.fluid-film.com.
     
  2. Kevin Kendrick

    Kevin Kendrick Senior Member
    Messages: 397

    Fluid Film is manufactured using an all-natural lanolin base. Lanolin is of animal origins, extracted from the wool of sheep, which use it as a waterproofing wax to aid in shedding water from their coats. It has been used for centuries for its medicinal and rust-preventive properties.


    Dont let the animal activists know this...there would surely be a picket outside your office if they do!!:):):dizzy::dizzy:
     
  3. joyofFluidFilm

    joyofFluidFilm Senior Member
    Messages: 497

    woo hoo hip hip hooray
     
  4. grandview

    grandview PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 14,609

    And it kills ring worm too! And repels guys named GoldPro.
     
  5. hydro_37

    hydro_37 PlowSite Veteran
    from iowa
    Messages: 3,790

    Best damn stuff on the market....Bar none.
     
  6. joyofFluidFilm

    joyofFluidFilm Senior Member
    Messages: 497

    where is gold pro?
     
  7. Kevin Kendrick

    Kevin Kendrick Senior Member
    Messages: 397

    Got my new brush can in the mail yesterday. This stuff is a lot thicker than its predecessor. Joy or Dan, care to give us the low down?
     
  8. joyofFluidFilm

    joyofFluidFilm Senior Member
    Messages: 497



    Hey kevin, what do you think of it?
    do you like it? hate it? love it?
    We want your feedback... :jester:
     
  9. Kevin Kendrick

    Kevin Kendrick Senior Member
    Messages: 397

    Got to try it out first...Why the difference in consistency? Will there be 2 offerings now?
     
  10. Dano50

    Dano50 PlowSite.com Addict
    from CA
    Messages: 1,270

    The brush can offers a thicker viscosity. We are still trying to zero in on the perfect consistency for best use with the can.
     
  11. grandview

    grandview PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 14,609

    I like that it didn't drip as much.
     
  12. Kevin Kendrick

    Kevin Kendrick Senior Member
    Messages: 397

    Me too...I think you got a winner Joy!! I went out and hit some of our left over spreaders with both cans. The thicker one is definitely my choice.
     
  13. joyofFluidFilm

    joyofFluidFilm Senior Member
    Messages: 497


    hey kevin, who's a winner?!?:p
     
  14. Kevin Kendrick

    Kevin Kendrick Senior Member
    Messages: 397

    The thicker fluid!! Especially when being applied with a brush.
     
  15. Dano50

    Dano50 PlowSite.com Addict
    from CA
    Messages: 1,270

    I'd love to get some more specifics on where the brush can works real well for marketing purposes. :drinkup:
     
  16. Kevin Kendrick

    Kevin Kendrick Senior Member
    Messages: 397

    Works well when applying to spreader bearings as it doesnt drip all over the place and cause a mess.
     
  17. Dano50

    Dano50 PlowSite.com Addict
    from CA
    Messages: 1,270

    Muchas Gracias! :drinkup:
     
  18. cretebaby

    cretebaby PlowSite Veteran
    Messages: 4,162

    Well I suppose if I had a free can i could post some pics of its use:rolleyes::D
     
  19. Kevin Kendrick

    Kevin Kendrick Senior Member
    Messages: 397

    Insert popcorn smilie here.
     
  20. grandview

    grandview PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 14,609

    Workd good for the wheel studs too. I will be checking my brakes soon and when I put the wheels back on I 'll coat the rim where it makes contact with the rotor hubs.