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Using for rust protection?

Discussion in 'Eureka Fluid Film' started by CharlesW, Nov 20, 2010.

  1. CharlesW

    CharlesW Junior Member
    Messages: 15

    OK, OK so it's all that great. I'm convinced.
    Now a few questions.
    I have various vehicles and pieces of equipment that have some areas of light surface rust.
    Do I just pressure wash the area and spray on the FF?

    If I have an area that has more rust, such as the suspension parts of a vehicle, do I do the same?

    Is there a point where I need to use a wire brush before using the FF?

    Whatever I do, will it be an annual thing or will it need to be done more often.

    I'm not looking for cosmetics, I just want to stop further rusting.
  2. ff610

    ff610 Senior Member
    Messages: 320

    I do it a couple different ways. First I spray with FF and let it sit for a day or so up to a week. This is when its the first time doing that truck. Then I do some serious steam cleaning. It gets a lot of the loose stuff. After it dries, I spray on some more FF and it's ready. I only spray the truck twice a year, once before the season and once afterward. But I do my plows and salters at least every 4-5 snowfalls. It will eliminate any further rusting. Enjoy!
  3. SkiJohnnyB

    SkiJohnnyB Member
    Messages: 54

    OK, ya got me....what the F is FF??
  4. CharlesW

    CharlesW Junior Member
    Messages: 15

    Just a hint.
    Check the name of the forum you are in. :D