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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Non-stick paint

    I've used Slip-Plate on my mower decks to prevent sticking and it works pretty well. The "trick" is to read the directions. After applying a thick coat or two, and after it thoroughly dries, you need to burnish the coating which leaves it smooth and very slick. One coating will last the entire season and prevents the acids from the grass eating into the deck. To burnish I use a fine to medium wire cup brush on a right angle grinder going over the surface like polishing a car.

    Now for my 2750D blower, it get repainted (edit: with Chevy Orange engine paint) inside each season, especially inside the fan and on any exposed metal. Before a wet slow, I spray silicone liberally over everything, sometimes use PAM, the worst performer for me is WD-40. Also spray the shovels with silcone to prevent sticking.
    Last edited by PeterK; 02-24-2013 at 02:04 PM.

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    Veteran Member JJZ 109's Avatar
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    Default Re: Non-stick paint

    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzardA91 View Post
    Ever Dry | UltraTech International Inc.

    Watch the video. Can't say if it works but the video is impressive. If it works like the video this stuff should do it.
    Did you catch the price of that stuff? Crazy.
    Todd
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    Default Re: Non-stick paint

    u sti have a bucket truck?I JUST POSTED PROBLEM ON TRACTOR FORUM WILL YOU LOOK AT IT?GOURD HEAD

  4. #14
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    Default Re: Non-stick paint

    Butchers paste wax and a little elbow grease.

    mark
    red tractor
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    too many impliments to list

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    Default Re: Non-stick paint

    UHMW plastic, particularly the black stuff with graphite in it is REAL slippery, and tough!

    What I'd do is first fix/support the universal so that it runs true and doesn't slam into the sides. Then I'd wire wheel or even better blast the interior and coat with a couple coats of POR 15. Once that was done, I'd line with the UHMW. A bit of work yes, but it would last a LONG time.

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    Default Re: Non-stick paint

    Quote Originally Posted by Scooby074 View Post
    UHMW plastic, particularly the black stuff with graphite in it is REAL slippery, and tough!

    What I'd do is first fix/support the universal so that it runs true and doesn't slam into the sides. Then I'd wire wheel or even better blast the interior and coat with a couple coats of POR 15. Once that was done, I'd line with the UHMW. A bit of work yes, but it would last a LONG time.


    Its less costly to use slick sheet leftovers from Horn Plastics
    and the flat head bolts from Gemplers used to anchor thier
    plastic panel systems.

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    Leon, do you have links for those?

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    Veteran Member JJZ 109's Avatar
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    Default Re: Non-stick paint

    Quote Originally Posted by gourd head View Post
    u sti have a bucket truck?I JUST POSTED PROBLEM ON TRACTOR FORUM WILL YOU LOOK AT IT?GOURD HEAD
    If you're addressing me, yup, I still have a bucket truck. Can you give me a little better info about where to look at the post you're talking about?
    Todd
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    Default Re: Non-stick paint

    Paint it with an epoxy paint. Epoxy is durable and it is slippery compared to other paints.
    -Mike - 2012 John Deere 3320 eHydro with cab & 300cx loader, 1954 Ford NAA with tracks

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