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Old 02-21-2011, 08:25 PM
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Fluid Film is something 100% new to me
Questions: How often should it be applied to the underside of a deck?
How do you clean the underside of a deck once applied?
Is there any areas of the mower you should not apply Fluid Film to?
If i go "crazy" and coat the entire mower what benefits besides rust prevention will i have?
Thanks guys
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Old 02-23-2011, 11:29 PM
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Fluid Film is something 100% new to me
Questions: How often should it be applied to the underside of a deck?
How do you clean the underside of a deck once applied?
Is there any areas of the mower you should not apply Fluid Film to?
If i go "crazy" and coat the entire mower what benefits besides rust prevention will i have?
Thanks guys
It depends on how much grass you cut with how much you should apply under the deck. For me I usually do 2 or 3 heavy treatments a year under the deck with the undercoating gun. But I usually do weekly treatments when changing the blades. Once Fluid Film is applied I just scrape the deck, but there should be almost nothing under there. After consistently coating my deck I almost never have any buildup under my deck. I also coat the whole mower, which helps with rust prevention as well as keeping it super shiny, lol! Just be careful and make sure you rub it in on the mower well especially on the areas on the deck that you might have to step on as you will bust your a*s! Believe me!
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