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Discussion in 'Eureka Fluid Film' started by SKYNYRD, Apr 5, 2010.
but you sir are a professional, what could you possibly know?
gave the receiver hitch and ball mount a nice fresh coat i have one of the trailer balls where it's the shank and you choose what size of the 3 balls you need and put it on. neither the inside of the ball, the shaft or, the outside of the ball have been coated since sometime last summer. as the pics show the shaft and inside of the ball still don't need to be coated i did spray the outside of the ball tho
I know right...We're certified Fluid Film applicators!
oh i'm certified alright been called certified many a time
Or would that be certifiable?
that too dan, that too
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when i packed the trailer/equipment away for the winter i purposly left my 2 scrapers and a pair of pruners in the basket on my mower to see if they would survive the winter without the protection of fluid film. we already know the mower survived because of it's fluid film coat. remember, you have been warned that the pictures are graphic...
if you store your mower outside in the winter all year long and your mower looks that good that alone is a testament to fluid film. Go to your nearest home depot, lowes or garden center that leave the equipment out and flip up the foot plate of a ztr mower. Look at the pulleys and you will find rust on the bearings. thats why I keep my mowers inside and fluid film my demo(that and it cleans up nicely that way)
Dan should come up with a test and a sticker for a certified fluid film applicator