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    Default Re: Is there anything I can spray on equipment to prevent winter rust?

    it may be good stuff.. I simply have not used it so can't comment on it.
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    Default Re: Is there anything I can spray on equipment to prevent winter rust?

    Another vote for Fluid Film. I will never be without a can again. Good stuff.
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    Default Re: Is there anything I can spray on equipment to prevent winter rust?

    Where is the best place to buy Fluid Film? I see the 11 3/4 oz spray on EBAY for $13.79 with free shipping.

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    Default Re: Is there anything I can spray on equipment to prevent winter rust?

    NAPA auto stores usually have Fluid Film in my area.

    Tractor Supply, surprisingly, DOES NOT.

    Spray cans are usually $8.99 to $11.99.

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    Bought some at rural king the other day, $9.99 for aerosol can. I thought that was expensive, but apparently not.

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    Default Re: Is there anything I can spray on equipment to prevent winter rust?

    Quote Originally Posted by Egbert View Post
    Where is the best place to buy Fluid Film? I see the 11 3/4 oz spray on EBAY for $13.79 with free shipping.
    Here is where I ordered from. Got it in 2 days !!

    6 Cans Fluid Film Half Case Agsupplydepot Online | eBay



    Yes 6 cans but you will use it most likely.

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    Default Re: Is there anything I can spray on equipment to prevent winter rust?

    I usually hit all the rust spots with a wire brush and then paint them with a rust conversion compound.

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    Default Re: Is there anything I can spray on equipment to prevent winter rust?

    might have to try me some of that..
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    Default Re: Is there anything I can spray on equipment to prevent winter rust?

    Quote Originally Posted by Dr_Zinj View Post
    I usually hit all the rust spots with a wire brush and then paint them with a rust conversion compound.
    Does it really work?
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    Default Re: Is there anything I can spray on equipment to prevent winter rust?

    I buy Fluid Film by the gallon. It is MUCH cheaper in that form than in spray cans. Remember that shaking it thins it out. If it sits it coagulates. I think the term is "pseudoplastic".

    A cheap airless sprayer does a good job of spreading it. It is about the same consistency as latex paint. A disposable paint brush is even more economical.

    I covered the moldboards of a shiny bright plow that sits out over the winter. In spring there was not a speck of rust on it. It wasn't used that year and the next year there was some rust in spring. The hot summer probably compromised the coating somewhat.
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