Would appreciate some input. Any places in Central Pa that do them? I don’t hear many good things about the rubberized coatings. What about used oil? Thanks for the feedback.
Been using it for years after a chemical engineer and hopelessly crazed car nut turned me onto it.I’ve heard good things on fluid film.
I don't know how many spray cans, I buy it by the gallon and spray it on which is enough to do our two medium sized vehicles with bit left over. As I said, it doesn't have to be put on drip'm wet just enough to see whatever is covered.How many cans does it take to do an entire truck?
I originally used hodgepodged touch up pressure gun and rattle cans but now a Kellsport Pro. There are other less expensive ones but the Pro kit came with all the accessories.What kind of sprayer do you use to apply the FF?Is it a paint gun with a compressor?
This is my setup. It’s worth the investment to get the gun made for it and buy it by the gallon. Costs are easily recouped in a year or two versus taking it somewhere to get sprayed.I originally used hodgepodged touch up pressure gun and rattle cans but now a Kellsport Pro. There are other less expensive ones but the Pro kit came with all the accessories.
Don't know why unless it was applied over built up dirt, oil and grease or they're running their vehicles over a chassis wash which would be iffy, it requires a good grease cutting detergent such as Super Clean or Simple Green Pro to remove it. They claim it will last 36 months but I would imagine it also depends where its applied, on a frame or inside a door.a lot of people are getting away from fluid film because it washes off easily