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    Default Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    Quote Originally Posted by bob1008 View Post
    I have a dealer that sells it to a large trailer park in Georgia. They have pails of Fluid Film at the dog "poop stations". He tells me that the dog walkers dip their pooper scoopers in the Fluid Film before they scoop the poop and flick it into the woods. Nothing sticks to the scooper.

    Many Veterinarians use Fluid Film as a treatment for ringworm in farm animals.
    I once asked a Vet about this when he called our office, and he told me that ringworm is often caused by a lanolin deficiency. Since Fluid Film is lanolin based, and contains no solvents, he said it works well as a treatment, at a fraction of the cost of the pharmaceutical. I have no idea how this came about.
    Interesting Bob, fortunately I have enough property that I don't feel the need to scoop poop. It was funny Sat after I got it. I immediately started walking around looking for things to use it on. One that has been a problem every Winter is the gooseneck hitch in the truck bed. When not using it I flip it ball side down because ball side up creates problems hauling stuff. then in the middle of Winter when I need to use the horse trailer I many times have a problem getting it unstuck. hoping this will help.
    Bill

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    Default Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    Quote Originally Posted by bpattie View Post
    Interesting Bob, fortunately I have enough property that I don't feel the need to scoop poop. It was funny Sat after I got it. I immediately started walking around looking for things to use it on. One that has been a problem every Winter is the gooseneck hitch in the truck bed. When not using it I flip it ball side down because ball side up creates problems hauling stuff. then in the middle of Winter when I need to use the horse trailer I many times have a problem getting it unstuck. hoping this will help.
    I use FF for just that thing and it works perfectly.
    "If everyone is thinking alike, someone isn't thinking." George Patton

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    Default Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    how about undercoating trucks?

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    Default Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    Quote Originally Posted by Duffster View Post
    I use FF for just that thing and it works perfectly.
    thanks Duffster

    20 20 I saw something on their website about using it for undercoating.
    Bill

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    Default Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    Quote Originally Posted by 20 20 View Post
    how about undercoating trucks?
    I have never used it for that but know several guys that do.

    Quote Originally Posted by bpattie View Post
    thanks Duffster
    Your Welcome.

    While your at it make sure you do the pin mechanism as well.
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    Default Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    Quote Originally Posted by Duffster View Post

    While your at it make sure you do the pin mechanism as well.
    thanks again, ya know I had overlooked that.
    Bill

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    Default Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    I have used the product for a while now.. It's not sold everywhere.. The only place I can find it here is at the JD dealer

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    Default Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    thanks Duffster

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    Default Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    I am a new user and just last weekend, opened my first can... I was wearing a new pair of leather gloves, which were exceedingly stiff... I discovered that a little FF made them soft and pliable... Probably not it's intended use but a pretty neat side affect. lol
    The Dougster in the Great Republic of Texas

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    Default Re: Eureka Fluid Film

    I discovered that a little FF made them soft and pliable
    Lanolin to the rescue, again!!

    Wow, this may turn into one of those threads like "How many uses are there for WD-40?". Next thing, somebody will say he used F-F on his lure and caught a 20# bass or something!!
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