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Old 05-27-2010, 02:05 PM
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Free Fluid FIlm Samples!

Okay, here is your chance to try Fluid Film for free. If you have never tried it and live within the Continental United States, just PM me for your free sample can today.

Fluid Film will stop corrosion on all metals and will lubricate moving parts for extended periods of time. Without any solvents, Fluid Film will not evaporate, get gummy or tacky, or wash off a surface. You could take a hose and wash off a surface coated with Fluid Film and the product will still remain. It has an all natural lanolin base that actually imbeds into the pores of the metal.

Highly effective against corrosion caused by salts and fertilizers, Fluid Film is a top-notch chain protector and lube, and is most effective in corrosive or dirty atmospheres.

Fluid Film is an excellent lube and protectant for hedge trimmer blades. It will help to ease grass build-up under mower decks, as well as condition and waterproof your leather work boots!

There are too many applications to mention, due to the unique nature of the product. It is safe to use on paint, plastic and rubber, will not burn greenery, and will not freeze, making it an effective ice inhibitor and snow release agent.

It is non-conductive and is safe to use on electrical components. It will last at least a year protecting battery terminals.

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