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Old 06-25-2012, 12:57 PM
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How would you like a free case!

We need to get something going on Lawnsite! So, post a pic and explain why Fluid Film has worked better for your particular application than other products.

I want honest feedback here! I know how good Fluid Film is. I want to hear you explain it to everyone else!

You've got until Monday, July 2nd, at noon to post and be considered. We'll go through them all and the one that wins will also be highlighted on our Facebook page.
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Old 06-27-2012, 01:14 PM
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FLUID FILM is Essential for Farm Equipment Maintenance

The use of FLUID FILM in agriculture helps to extend maintenance schedules, resulting in significant cost savings and integrity of equipment. FLUID FILM's soft, active coating penetrates to the base metal, where it migrates to create a formidable, protective barrier that prohibits corrosion on a molecular level. Containing no solvents, FLUID FILM will not evaporate, providing lasting lubrication and powerful protection for equipment in use, in storage and in transit. FLUID FILM also protects equipment from atmospheric corrosion in storage facilities and metals exposed to animal waste.

FLUID FILM's woolwax formulation is classified as non-toxic and non-hazardous and will not burn greenery when used on cutting devices. In harsh climates or conditions, FLUID FILM will not freeze and retains a slick consistency, keeping chains and moving parts from binding or building up with dirt and debris. With a high flashpoint, exceptional water displacement and non-conductive characteristics, FLUID FILM is the perfect protectant for battery terminals and electrical connections. FLUID FILM also brings luster back to sun-baked coatings and helps prevent dirt and mud from caking on painted surfaces.
Anxious to try the sample. Our "new" Mahindra tractor wasn't babied like hubby does his John Deere so a lot of cleaning and detailing are needed. Smiling at the "brings luster back to sun-baked coatings", our red is kinda pink.

Sounds like the perfect product. On the website now.

Good luck to all the LCO's.
Old 06-27-2012, 01:23 PM
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