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Old 08-23-2006, 07:36 PM
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What is Fluid Film?

Fluid Film is the answer to your problems with corrosion and lubrication, not to mention an excellent penetrant. It is a little thicker than most penetrating oils so it will take a little extra time to work, but in the end it will loosen any rusted or seized part.

Because Fluid Film contains no solvents it will not evaporate or get gummy or sticky, instead leaving a slick, non-drying coating that will outlast any competitive product. Fluid Film is always active and will continue to migrate reaching hard to reach places for lubrication, corrosion protection or penetration needs.

Fluid Film contains a unique lanolin base which will actually imbed into the pores of metal, will resist water wash off and has a high flash point of 405°F. Fluid Film will also not freeze, making it a great ice inhibitor and snow release agent.

Fluid Film will not burn greenery making it safe to use around plants, and will help keep grass from sticking to mower decks.

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Fluid Film works great in locks, resists fly off and dirt build-up when used on chains, is amazing on firearms and will actually help soften, condition and protect leather work boots. It works great as a wax and will really bring back an old, oxidized paint job.

Fluid Film is available nationally through John Deere Ag dealers and is now available through

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