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Inside Doors how often re spray ?

Discussion in 'Eureka Fluid Film' started by MrWho, Apr 2, 2010.

  1. MrWho

    MrWho Junior Member
    from Chicago
    Messages: 3

    Hey Guys,

    I used couple Aresol Cans to spray my door inside panels ... how often this should be re done ?

    Cheers,
    Kris
     
  2. grandview

    grandview PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 14,609

    Yearly maintenance
     
  3. hydro_37

    hydro_37 PlowSite Veteran
    from iowa
    Messages: 3,790

    or whenever you want the "new house" smell FF gives your house
     
  4. 2COR517

    2COR517 PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 7,115

    :laughing::laughing:
     
  5. JD Dave

    JD Dave PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 11,046

    We do ours spring and fall.
     
  6. joyofFluidFilm

    joyofFluidFilm Senior Member
    Messages: 497

    hydro, i dont think new houses smell like fluid film...what houses are you talking about???:confused:
     
  7. 2COR517

    2COR517 PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 7,115

    But don't you agree they should?
     
  8. Dano50

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

    I love the smell of Fluid Film in the morning. It smells like VICTORY!
     
  9. hydro_37

    hydro_37 PlowSite Veteran
    from iowa
    Messages: 3,790

    Every house should have a FF smell plus the more homes that do the more money you and Dano make.....lol
     
  10. hydro_37

    hydro_37 PlowSite Veteran
    from iowa
    Messages: 3,790

    So Dano...we want some pictures of your girlfriend "Victory".....:D
     
  11. Dano50

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

    Just take a whiff of some Fluid Film, close your eyes, and IMAGINE.
     
  12. hydro_37

    hydro_37 PlowSite Veteran
    from iowa
    Messages: 3,790

    all that does is make me want popcorn....lmao
    FF and popcorn.....what a combo, since FF smells like butter to me
     
  13. Dano50

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

    Now that's a new one! I could picture some warm Fluid Film being dripped on popcorn, but I sure wouldn't want to eat it.

    DISCLAIMER: FLUID FILM IS NEVER TO BE USED AS A HOT BUTTER REPLACEMENT ON POPCORN. COULD RUIN A PERFECTLY GOOD MOVIE EXPERIENCE WITH GASEOUS DISTRESS AND EXTRA POOPING OF POPPED KERNELS.
     
  14. grandview

    grandview PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 14,609

    But at least the kernels won't get stuck!
     
  15. joyofFluidFilm

    joyofFluidFilm Senior Member
    Messages: 497

    lol, where would the kernels get stuck????:laughing::eek::laughing:
     
  16. DJ Contracting

    DJ Contracting PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,392

    I have been sitting quietly reading all these different threads about this great FF and wondered...if you have to keep applying FF on a yearly or spring/fall basis (as in the inside of doors under carriage), wouldn't that get expensive? I think a one time application of undercoating (doors,under carriage fenders,etc.) would be more cost effective...am I wrong?
     
  17. Dano50

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

    Not really, when you consider the amount of product you need to use.
     
  18. DJ Contracting

    DJ Contracting PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,392

    So your saying over the coarse of say owning a truck for say ten years, that the cost of a one time app. of undercoating would be more than buying FF film once or twice a year in the same ten year span. I have seen on here that people use FF as undercoating their trucks. I'm not knocking FF i think it would work great for lubricating pivot points, and to keep exposed plow lawn or whatever equipment exposed to the elements safer than not having anything applied.
     
  19. Dano50

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

    Well, I'm not exactly sure of the cost of undercoating your car with a hard coating. A gallon of Fluid Film will run you around $40. It takes approximately a half a gallon to do a vehicle.

    The problem with hard coatings is this, though. Once they crack or chip, water gets trapped underneath the coating and that could actually accelerate the corrosion process. Fluid Film is self-healing because it doesn't dry, and that is not a problem.
     
  20. DJ Contracting

    DJ Contracting PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,392

    Thanks Dano, again I'm knocking FF and am aware that it does not dry, however I guess I'm just old school and don't like to have to keep applying a product. Thanks again for the insight -Joe-