Mower Deck and Lawn Heath
One area health that should be checked regularly is under the decks of mowers. When dirt and debris (lawn clippings, etc.) build-up and aren’t removed they can quickly corrode the deck, shorten the life of the bearings in the spindles and also contribute to lawn disease. FLUID FILM can be applied over a damp surface and will leave a non-drying film, cutting off all oxygen from the surface and creating a barrier of protection that prevents all corrosion from occurring. Because of its non-drying characteristics, FLUID FILM also works as a release agent, helping to keep grass and debris from sticking, making clean-up a breeze. FLUID FILM also shines up metals and plastics, keeping equipment appearance sharp and professional.
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Sticky Throttle/Choke Cables and all Linkages
Cables and linkages quite often become sticky and with just a few shots of FLUID FILM,
they will un-stick and remain free as FLUID FILM doesn't dry up as other leading
lubricants do. Fluid Film FAQ's
Battery Terminals and all other electrical connections
Battery terminals often corrode and loose their connections. Clean any corrosion
first and spray directly onto or into terminals. Because FLUID FILM doesn't dry
up and is non-conductive, it blocks the air and moisture from reaching the
connections thus keeping corrosion away. Fluid Film FAQ's
Snow Plows and Snow Blowers
FLUID FILM makes a great non- stick surface on snow plows and snowblower
chutes. From personal experience, spraying FLUID FILM in the rotating base joint
of the snowblower chute, it will never bind from rust again. Fluid Film FAQ's
Undercoating Cars and Trucks
FLUID FILM penetrates to the base metal, providing a lasting, protective barrier from the corrosive effects of salts, calcium and sodium chloride, pesticides and fertilizers. Offering an easy “no drip” application, FLUID FILM offers a cheaper and more effective alternative to the standard hard-underbody coatings. Protecting undercoatings from metal deterioration, FLUID FILM also remains soft and pliable, making it self-healing, non-drying, and impossible to crack. FLUID FILM migrates to inaccessible areas, providing up to a full year of solid protection. A gallon of material should cover approximately one vehicle.
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From a Fluid Film customer "I wouldn’t trust anything other than FLUID FILM to protect my mowers and vehicles. It protects my trucks, trailers, and lawn mowers from rust and corrosion. I also love to use it as a lubricant in my leaf vacuum, on my garage door rollers, on the snow plow and snow blowers, or anything else that has moving parts. It works great to protect the underside of my mowers and greatly reduces grass buildup! The best part is that it is non-toxic so it does not hurt plant material when I use it on my mowers, hedge trimmers, etc."