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Discussion in 'Fertilizer Application' started by 31bro, Aug 25, 2008.
What do you guys use to keep the dust from building up on the impeller?
i always keep sharp paint scraper in my back pocket- to cut open bags and scrape
the impeller/ spinner plate
nothing can be done.
one would think that if a fluid film type of product were to be applied then it would help but it works just tthe opposite.
Chisel, paint scraper, or the trust screwdriver is a necessity.
Keep in mind what your impeller looked like from the factory, SMOOTH!!! be careful not to scratch the surface it will onlycause quicker build up!
I use a plastic putty knife. It is cut down to fit the width of the impeller blades. High humidity is a problem. Certain types of fertilizer are worse than others.
try your plastic lawn marking flag stake. plastic doesnt scratch plastic and they should be readily available
just scrape it when needed
i need teflon coated