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Well based on the fact it comes from PB Blaster, I'd stick with FF or WoolWax.
 

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Take a look at cosmoline (RP-342), I have been using for almost 2 years...very impressed.
 

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I fight rust as an obsession.
I looked into Blaster Surface Shield and some of the things were concerning.
  • Blaster pays hucksters and influencers to hype their product. If you look at the Youtube videos closely you will see very small letters that say "paid promotion" in the corner.
  • It's been out for a very short time and they say "provides protection for up to 2 years" How do they know that? And what does "up to" mean? 6 months?
  • I read on a Ford forum that a guy had his vehicle treated with Blaster Surface Shield and the vehicle caught fire a few days later. He said the insurance adjuster was implying that is was from the newly applied coating Blaster Surface Shield. The flash point on Blaster Surface Shield is about 90 degrees lower than Fluid Film or Woolwax.
*Below: From Blaster Surface Shield SDS sheet-
Conditions to Avoid: Heat, spark, and open flame
Signal word Danger Hazard statement: May be fatal if swallowed and enters airways

Bottom Line: Nope. not for me.
 
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