View Full Version : What Is Fluid Film?

09-14-2007, 12:39 PM
For those unfamiliar or unsure what Fluid Film (http://www.eurekafluidfilm.com)is all about, I thought I would take a second to explain what sets Fluid Film apart from all the competition.

Fluid Film contains no solvents. That statement alone means a number of things:

1) No evaporation. No evaporation means more useable product, which in turn means more bang for your buck. payup
Most competitive products contain as much as 70% solvent, meaning most of what you spray evaporates and contaminates the atmosphere.

2) Non-tacky application. With solvent-based materials, the end product ends up being a gummy, sticky mess. Fluid Film will NEVER get tacky, retaining a super-slick consistency that provides excellent lubrication for moving parts on all metals.

3) Eco-Friendly. No solvents means no ozone depleting chemicals contaminating the atmosphere. It is classified as non-toxic and non-hazardous and is safe to be used inside the home, as well as out in the field.

Fluid Film is manufactured using an all-natural lanolin base. Lanolin is of animal origins, extracted from the wool of sheep, which use it as a waterproofing wax to aid in shedding water from their coats. It has been used for centuries for its medicinal and rust-preventive properties.

The unique molecular structure of Fluid Film creates a non-drying coating that can last at least a year indoors protecting equipment from rust or corrosion, or a full season outside in the elements. Fluid Film is safe to use on all metals, will not burn greenery, and will not readily wash off a surface.

If you’d like more information, visit our website at www.fluid-film.com. If you’ve never tried Fluid Film and live within the Continental United States, just PM me for a free sample and I’ll get one right out to you.

If you're a fan, post a pic of Fluid Film in action and I'll ship you out a Fluid Film T-Shirt or Hat for free.

Supper Grassy
09-19-2007, 05:01 PM
What is Fluid Film??
Besides fantastic i don't know:)