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Dano50
08-29-2006, 02:13 PM
Attn: LawnSite members,

You have the ability to change the world! Next time you're at your dealers tell them you would like to see them carrying Fluid Film. You are in control of your destinies and you are in control of ours.

Help us to become the number one :weightlifter: provider for the lawn care industry.
Once again, if you have not yet tried Fluid Film, just email me (dwilliams@eurekafluidfilm.com) and I'll get a can right out to you. There is no reason to not take advantage of this offer.

Fluid Film will stop or prevent any corrosion from occurring on all metal surfaces. It remains slick and will lubricate for extended periods of time. It remains active and will contine to penetrate and work in the harshest of atmospheres.

Long Live Fluid Film! :usflag:

BSDeality
08-29-2006, 02:34 PM
I'll take one, email sent.

fulano
08-29-2006, 03:04 PM
It really does work good. I got some at my JD dealer a few months ago. I used it on a couple of batteries and it really did work.

Dano50
08-29-2006, 05:32 PM
This is what we'd like to see on all the dealer's shelves:

http://postthatpic.com/files/79/FF3Cans2.jpg

The test results show how just how effective Fluid Film is against corrosion and how long it can last:
http://postthatpic.com/files/79/FFTestPanels3.jpg

Just remember, it won't harm greenery either:

http://postthatpic.com/files/79/greenery%20pictures%20003.jpg
This plant showed no hint of damage over a month after being sprayed with a heavy coat of Fluid Film.

Works great in other areas as well:
http://postthatpic.com/files/79/motocycle%20chain2.jpg
http://postthatpic.com/files/79/fishingreel.jpghttp://postthatpic.com/files/79/clean%2045%20sizzle%202.JPG

:waving:

Ron's Lawncare
08-29-2006, 05:45 PM
this really is an awesome product. i got my free can early this spring, now i t have a couple spare cans on the shelf at all times.
the only problem i have with it is it needs to be stored in an area that dosen't get real hot. i can't leave a can in my enclosed trailer because it bulges the bottom out and i think it might explode.

greensway
08-29-2006, 06:43 PM
ordered a case, every time I have a can in the truck it ends up being given to someone - If I could only shut my mouth about it,,,,,,, need to order some soon!

Rickco
08-29-2006, 06:43 PM
Dan; I'd be happy to push it on dealers in my area. Do you have contact info that I can pass on?

Dano50
08-29-2006, 07:52 PM
Anyone who wants to become a dealer can contact me toll free at 888-387-3522 or through my email at dwilliams@eurekafluidfilm.com.

I definitely appreciate it. Our goal is to make it as easy as possible for you to find the product.

stuffdeer
08-29-2006, 08:56 PM
Hey,

I got my free can today, and already used it, How would I go about buying a couple cans of it?

mike lane lawn care
08-29-2006, 09:27 PM
i just sent you an e-mail, i would love to see this sold at my dealers

TeeBox
08-29-2006, 09:41 PM
I also just emailed you...Been reading about this product and cant wait to try it...Thanks

dcondon
08-29-2006, 10:18 PM
Fluid Film works excellent!!!!!!!!!!!!! Trust me guys you will love it.:waving:

Dano50
08-30-2006, 11:42 AM
Hey,

I got my free can today, and already used it, How would I go about buying a couple cans of it?

You could either try to get it at your local John Deere (http://www.deere.com/en_US/ag/wheretobuy/index.html?tm=agus&link=alevel&location=dealer) dealer, check the dealer locator (http://www.eurekafluidfilm.com/locator/dealer.html) on our website, order some through MowPart.com (http://www.mowpart.com/), or get your favorite dealer to carry it by telling them how good it is. :D

BTW: If you haven't seen this post (http://www.lawnsite.com/showthread.php?t=158380&highlight=tanaka) yet and would like to reply, that would be cool. :cool:

Dano50
08-31-2006, 02:35 PM
Anybody that can get their dealer to carry Fluid Film (http://www.eurekafluidfilm.com) will get a free T-Shirt (http://postthatpic.com/files/79/fluid%20film%20Shirt2.jpg) (M-XL). Larger sizes will be available in a few months.

Here's a new Ad I'm working on. We keep going back and forth on it. Yes or No?

http://postthatpic.com/files/79/NewAD2.jpg

newz7151
08-31-2006, 04:22 PM
order some through MowPart.com (http://www.mowpart.com/), or get your favorite dealer to carry it by telling them how good it is. :D


Dano, if they are going to be ordering it through MowPart.com for likely cheaper than their local dealer could sell it for (since the dealer would likely be ordering a lower qnty. not selling it online), then why should their local dealer be interested in stocking something that he can't sell locally and make a profit on?

Dano50
08-31-2006, 04:41 PM
Dano, if they are going to be ordering it through MowPart.com for likely cheaper than their local dealer could sell it for (since the dealer would likely be ordering a lower qnty. not selling it online), then why should their local dealer be interested in stocking something that he can't sell locally and make a profit on?

I would imagine that the price differential would be minimal especially after shipping. There have been a few posts on LawnSite lately regarding online vs. local dealers, and it seems that most people prefer going to and supporting their local dealers. An online store is a modern convenience that allows us to reach customers that would otherwise have to travel a fair distance to purchase our product, especially since we are still in the growing process. I don't believe that MowPart.com is going to hurt a local dealer's business. It is just another avenue for us to help support our customer base.

I hope that answers your question satisfactorily.

ALarsh
08-31-2006, 07:22 PM
I sent you an e-mail some time ago for a can of fluid film and never got it.:confused:

MOOSE
08-31-2006, 07:32 PM
I just seen Fluid Film today in my local auto parts store. I'm going back tomorrow to get some. Will let you know the results. Even though I've heard raves about it.

Dano50
08-31-2006, 07:33 PM
I sent you an e-mail some time ago for a can of fluid film and never got it.:confused:

Send me (dwilliams@eurekafluidfilm.com) another email and I'll make sure you get hooked up this time.

Sorry about that. It happens on occasion.

Dano50
08-31-2006, 07:41 PM
I just seen Fluid Film today in my local auto parts store. I'm going back tomorrow to get some. Will let you know the results. Even though I've heard raves about it.

Thanks Moose. Good or bad, I'd appreciate the feedback.

PTOhioMower
08-31-2006, 09:27 PM
this really is an awesome product. i got my free can early this spring, now i t have a couple spare cans on the shelf at all times.
the only problem i have with it is it needs to be stored in an area that dosen't get real hot. i can't leave a can in my enclosed trailer because it bulges the bottom out and i think it might explode.

Ditto that!! I had mine in my shed, it has lots of vents but it still bulged. I thought it was going to pop!! They need to make the cans a bit better. I have had every kind of can in that shed and the fluid film was the only one that has bulged like that.

PTOhioMower
08-31-2006, 09:28 PM
Anybody that can get their dealer to carry Fluid Film (http://www.eurekafluidfilm.com) will get a free T-Shirt (http://postthatpic.com/files/79/fluid%20film%20Shirt2.jpg) (M-XL). Larger sizes will be available in a few months.

Here's a new Ad I'm working on. We keep going back and forth on it. Yes or No?

http://postthatpic.com/files/79/NewAD2.jpg

How about GOT RUST, NOT FOR LONG!! Instead of the Meet rusts worst enemy.

You can thank me with a free case of Fluid Film!!! LOL, or just a can?? LOL

Dano50
08-31-2006, 09:45 PM
Ditto that!! I had mine in my shed, it has lots of vents but it still bulged. I thought it was going to pop!! They need to make the cans a bit better. I have had every kind of can in that shed and the fluid film was the only one that has bulged like that.

I think we need to look a little closer at what is going on here. It is the propellant used in the can that is causing the problem. I will talk it over with our chemists and let you know of anything that develops.

I appreciate the continued feedback.

Dano50
08-31-2006, 09:53 PM
How about GOT RUST, NOT FOR LONG!! Instead of the Meet rusts worst enemy.

You can thank me with a free case of Fluid Film!!! LOL, or just a can?? LOL

I'll throw the suggestion into the slogan box. A case of Fluid Film? Or a can? That one is only worth a couple of squirts. Give me your address and I'll load up an envelope for you. :laugh:

I do really appreciate the suggestion and the feedback though. Thank you.

davevg
09-02-2006, 08:41 PM
Anybody that can get their dealer to carry Fluid Film (http://www.eurekafluidfilm.com) will get a free T-Shirt (http://postthatpic.com/files/79/fluid%20film%20Shirt2.jpg) (M-XL). Larger sizes will be available in a few months.

Here's a new Ad I'm working on. We keep going back and forth on it. Yes or No?


How about this suggestion?
http://i99.photobucket.com/albums/l286/davevg/6214dc58.jpg

Brendan Smith
09-02-2006, 08:45 PM
i had a random thought...
instead of saving fluid film, shouldn't you be encouraging us to liberally apply it to everything made of metal?

Brendan Smith
09-02-2006, 08:46 PM
btw - i like the add, but what sells me is the corrosion test results.

davevg
09-02-2006, 09:24 PM
btw - i like the add, but what sells me is the corrosion test results.
http://i99.photobucket.com/albums/l286/davevg/8a5592db.jpg

Brendan Smith
09-03-2006, 02:47 PM
http://i99.photobucket.com/albums/l286/davevg/8a5592db.jpg
there you go, that gives you more to think about. with the new version, you aren't thinking "i already have 907 cases of wd40, why should i try fluid film?" :weightlifter:

MLawns
09-04-2006, 01:58 AM
Dano, can Fluid Film be brushed on? I think there is a lot of waste with an aerosol can...love the product, I just would like to see it applied more efficiently. BTW I'm going to be working on my dealer....would be to his advantage as well, lots of traffic in his store.

sheshovel
09-04-2006, 02:31 AM
I love this stuff! It does everything it advertizes it is supposed to do. Dan..that's your name correct?
Are localy owned Hardware stores ok to carry this product? There is only one dealer in town.
I am printing out the post on test results in color and will take the pages around next week and talk to some owners..see if I can get some ordered and on the shelves for you.
I will give them your # for pricing questions. I think this product should be readily available to all. I assume the company is not large enough to send out sales people or reps
on it's own am I right?

Dano50
09-05-2006, 11:36 AM
i had a random thought...
instead of saving fluid film, shouldn't you be encouraging us to liberally apply it to everything made of metal?

Apply Fluid Film liberally to everything made of metal!

It will not evaporate, is safe to use on paint, plastic and all but 100% natural rubber (some swelling could occur), will not get gummy or sticky, is non-toxic and non-hazardous, will not burn greenery, will provide at least a year's worth of protection on indoor applications and several months worth of protection on outside applications, is not water soluble and will not just wash off a surface, imbeds into the pores of metal and resists fly-off, migrates to inaccessible areas and is always active, is an excellent chain lube where dirt will not build on top of itself, will protect battery terminals for at least a year, is a great undercoating for vehicles, will help keep grass from clumping underneath your mower deck, etc...

Whew...I'm out of breath. I mean my fingers are cramping. :D

I was just trying to draw some attention when I said "Save Fluid Film!" I should have said "Save your equipment!!!"

Dano50
09-05-2006, 11:53 AM
http://i99.photobucket.com/albums/l286/davevg/8a5592db.jpg


Simply Awesome! I am going to show this during our next meeting. I was thinking, we are always looking for new ideas or ads. I'm going to offer a case of full size cans to the best new ad submitted. It doesn't have to follow the format we used before. Anything goes. We'll judge at the end of September for anyone interested.

BTW, I have to send a shirt and a can to davevg for the work you did on that ad. Just pm me your size and shipping address and I'll take care of it. Thanks again!

Dano50
09-05-2006, 11:55 AM
Dano, can Fluid Film be brushed on? I think there is a lot of waste with an aerosol can...love the product, I just would like to see it applied more efficiently. BTW I'm going to be working on my dealer....would be to his advantage as well, lots of traffic in his store.

Fluid Film can indeed be brushed on. It its bulk form it is about the viscosity of a house paint, so applying by brush would work well.

Thanks for working on your dealer! I can't tell you how much that type of assistance is appreciated!

Dan

Dano50
09-05-2006, 12:08 PM
I love this stuff! It does everything it advertizes it is supposed to do. Dan..that's your name correct?
Are localy owned Hardware stores ok to carry this product? There is only one dealer in town.
I am printing out the post on test results in color and will take the pages around next week and talk to some owners..see if I can get some ordered and on the shelves for you.
I will give them your # for pricing questions. I think this product should be readily available to all. I assume the company is not large enough to send out sales people or reps
on it's own am I right?

Sheshovel, thanks for the compliments on the product and for helping to get it into your dealer. Hardware stores are perfect places for Fluid Film since it is such a versatile product.

It is amazing how far Fluid Film has come! It is a testament to its quality. This company is a small, family owned business whose founder created the unique formulation of Fluid Film over 60 years ago for the U.S. Navy. We continue to see consistent growth every year in our small package business and are intent on making Fluid Film the #1 product for the Green Industry!

Yes, sheshovel, my name is Dan. What, may I ask, is yours??

Dano50
09-06-2006, 06:37 PM
This is the last flyer we had done for the Green Industry.

http://postthatpic.com/files/79/FFCorrosionFlyGreen4%20%282%29-1.jpg
http://postthatpic.com/files/79/FFCorrosionFlyGreen4%20%282%29-2.jpg

This might be something to show a dealer.