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Fluid Film Spray 11 3/4 OZ AEROSOL CAN

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Product Description

Lubricant/Corrosion Inhibitor, Size: 11.75 oz., Container Type: Aerosol Can, Color: Straw, VOC Content: 26% (Propellant only), Specific Gravity: 0.875 - 0.885 (less propellant)

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 14.4 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001OKBFBS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (60 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,373 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

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44 of 48 people found the following review helpful By luv2fly on October 22, 2010
For 28 years I've worked for a large state agency that maintains a major superhighway through some of the worst of the NE snow belt. We've used Fluid Film for several years now with great results...and we use it on everything. It's a decent long term lubricant for metals that spend a lot of time in harsh, corrosive conditions, such as brake slack adjuster pins on heavy trucks, salt spreader chains, etc. I say "decent" as we don't worry so much about its' lubricative properties so much as its' resistance to corrosion. It won't replace grease as a lubricant but grease can't come close to this as a protectant. We are the king of salt and, if you've ever been north in the winter, you know that salt is the king of rust. I can't believe how a light coating on bare or even surface rusted (light rust) steel protects - and lubricates to some degree - from total long time immersion in corrosive environments such as road salt and liquid salt brine (the worst!). Now I use it on my own vehicles, spraying all steel brake, transmission and fuel lines, inside doors, fenders, 1/4 panels, battery terminals, locks, you name it. One application lasts the entire winter. Regular undercoats harden and fall off and are basically useless, and most oils wash away in short order. This stuff stays fluid, eventually soaks into tight areas but doesn't run or evaporate quickly so it stays put. The salesman sounded like the typical salesman talking about what great stuff he thought this was but 10 years later we find ourselves saying the same thing...and no, I don't get it for free. :)
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Glenn on January 9, 2012
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Only word of advise I can say to people thinking about buying this is.. buy a case!!! You will use a single can the first day walking around your shop, property, farm, garage, ect. I use it on winches, winch cables, chains, snowplows, tools, all exposed/semi-exposed vehicle electrical connections, brush hog blades,, basically all my equipment that gets exposed to weather.. Kinda smelly, I think that's the lanolin componant, but WORKS!!!
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Sleeping Tiger on March 20, 2013
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I have yet to see the impact over time, but here are the qualities i like:

1) Multipurpose: Used it on shoes, Bike chain, and my new Jeep Wrangler...
2) It has a smell initially, but quickly dissipates after a day.
3) does not gunk or blob like grease/oil. With this can it is spread evenly.. (also used a cloth though)

If this product does in fact prevent rust and corrosion, keep away fleas/bugs, repel water, non-toxic, etc etc etc.

Then i am going to soon start buying by the gallon!
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Paul Tessler on October 29, 2011
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The film stays On. And the rust and grass and snow won't stick. I'm ordering more for all my outdoor equipment. Plus it's s lot easier to apply than never-seize on nuts and bolts.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By K. Klotz on April 16, 2013
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I bought this for my waverunner because I had red so many rave reviews and recommendations on pwc forums. There seems to be a battle between Fluid Film (FF) and CRC spray. What I like about FF is that is is lanolin based which makes it much safer to use on plastics, rubber... practically anything! At first I had only used it on my waverunner to spray down the hinges, engine, gaskets and other general area recommended on the forums. I have just begun to use it around the house now as well. It works like WD-40 for many moving parts and does much better than WD-40 on plastic and generally anything that WD-40 cant handle. With a can of each I dont see what cant be done! Will be ordering more soon.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By MahaRex on June 7, 2012
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I own a pontoon boat, that I bought about a year ago. The boat and trailer were both 'fixer uppers' although I got a great price on the package. So, I 'refurbished' the trailer recently, as the leaf springs and bolts were all very rusted. Most of it was still fine structurally (but a few nuts had rusted right off) but it was so locked up I had to cut everything off.

A co-worker (a senior machinist, who has never steered me wrong) recommend I try this product to treat all the new metal hardware (leaf springs, equalizers, and bolts), as he had some experience with it before. Apparently they had used it as a corrosion preventive on some mild steel metal tubes that were being stored for a while, until they were to be used to cast wax-like material into. However, before they cast the wax into these, they needed to line them with a tar-like substance. However, no matter how much they cleaned the tubes, nor how many nasty chemicals they tried (acetone, and otherwise) to clean it, the tar wouldn't stick to the tubes. In the end, they had to put the tube onto a lathe, and shave a few thousandths of material off. Finally, it stuck.

Further, a friend of his has run a non-air conditioned machine shop here in the Florida pan handle, and has had the same piece of mild steel hanging from his ceiling (that was coated with this product nearly 2 decades ago, or so I'm told) and there is STILL no rust on it.

So, I coated all my new leaf springs and bolts and nuts with this, and can't find a bit of rust yet. I haven't had it in and out of the water much, but my initial impression is that so long as I keep it coated, then I'll never have to worry about my springs again.

Further, I've used a VERY light coating on the undercowl of my newly rebuilt '94 mariner 60 hp.
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