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Old 02-10-2013, 07:26 AM
jas1980 jas1980 is offline
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The Best Product for Maintaining your Equipment

Ultra Ever Dry.

Spray it on your mowers. No rust and amazingly no build up of grass under the deck.

You can spray it on your boots, jump in mud, and the mud won't stick.

Use it on your gloves and they'll never get wet.

It has so many amazing uses for the landscape industry. Check out their demo video.!
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Old 02-10-2013, 08:15 AM
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wegomow wegomow is offline
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Have you tried it yourself? How well does it work? Under the deck use I would especially like to hear more about. They said on the website, "Environmental conditions will affect duration and these can vary. Abrasion is the leading cause of reduction in the superhydrophobic coating’s life. Under non-abrasive, static conditions, you should expect to see many years of outdoor service."
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Old 02-10-2013, 09:04 AM
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looks interesting, may pick some up and give it a shot.
2008 Bad Boy Lightning 26hp/60in
- Powerchute w/custom in-grip switch
- Hella fog lights
- Custom striping roller
- Pingel fuel filter
- Custom FIMCO boomless spray rig

1989 John Deer 1070 Compact Tractor - 40hp/4WD
- 70 series loader
- 506 rotary mower
- box scraper
- 84" plow w/full hydo
- ballast box
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1993 John Deere Gator 6x4
- HD Field Trax tires
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- 2" receiver hitch
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Old 02-10-2013, 10:13 AM is offline
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That stuff looks great, I wanna paint my truck with it, lol. ANyone here on lawnsite use it?
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Old 02-10-2013, 10:37 AM
Forever Green Landscaping Forever Green Landscaping is offline
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Its expensive and it leaves a white film on the item you use it on Might not be the best idea for your truck
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Old 02-11-2013, 05:50 PM
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Has any body used this??? I'm thinking about getting some but it is expensive. I want to know how long it lasts. I read somewhere that abrasion wears it off? I am really interested in it if it can actually keep a mower from building clumps sticking to the bottom of the deck in thick and wet spring type grass.

I have several yards where the customers over water and over fertilize by a mile. I cut and have a couple guys on back packs blowing the clumps apart. Talk about a time waster. If this stuff can keep that from happening, it will be less blowing and less scraping.

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