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Just tried Fluid Film

Discussion in 'Eureka Fluid Film' started by PPP, Dec 12, 2010.

  1. PPP

    PPP Member
    Messages: 94

    Just purchased a few aerosol cans from my local John Deere Dealer. I sprayed down my trucks frame and drove around for two weeks in various conditions from rain to dusty conditions. I washed my truck and hosed everything down and it's still there. I was impressed that it did not wash away. I went back and had them order me a gallon to put on my dump truck that is going to be seeing a sander this season. I had been toying with getting the body sandblasted and painted before the season starts but I think I'll be waiting till spring. I was telling my friend about FF and what it does. He is the Fleet Manager for a Cell Tower Company. He tells me they use a product called LPS corrosion inhibitor that they purchase from Grainger. His pricing does'nt seem much different then what I am paying for FF. They spray everything with it from the Trucks to all exposed areas of the towers they build where fasteners are used. Seemed like good stuff but very waxy. Has anybody ever tried this product and can they compare the two? I am thinking of spraying the body with this instead. Me reasoning is that the waxy film would hold up better against the pelting of the salt.
     
  2. Rc2505

    Rc2505 PlowSite.com Addict
    Messages: 1,245

    I have used the LPS stuff, and I find Fluid Film a better overall product.