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Care and Upkeep Let's face it, it has to be done. Have questions of what to do or how to do it, this is the place to talk about it.

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Lets not make this work!!
I want to spray something under there with no cleaning or prep.
I can't do a lot of overhead work,it has to be easy!
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Well for the toad, there are people you pay to do this kind of thing up here in the north and it's reasonable. Not sure about way down yonder, or if you'd find someone to do a bus, of if you'd be happy having someone else touch your bird, but you know the deal...it's all in the prep. Sounds like it's time to build a drive-over mechanic's pit in GA! with a sump pump...you could just climb in there with a hot water pressure washer and go at it.
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Randy,
I have been using fluid film on my trucks and heavy equipment and trailers for 8 years. Love it!
Old school guys used waste oil on truck chassis.
This stuff is better I buy it 5 gallon Container and have a spray gun it goes in.
You can spray it over rust dirt paint it does a good job at keeping everything lubed up and slowing rust down. Dirt and road grime stick to it and ends up looking like black undercoating. When I get my Bird it will definitely get a good application of fluid film.
I highly recommend it!
I’ve seen it work on my equipment!
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Randy,
I have been using fluid film on my trucks and heavy equipment and trailers for 8 years. Love it!
Old school guys used waste oil on truck chassis.
This stuff is better I buy it 5 gallon Container and have a spray gun it goes in.
You can spray it over rust dirt paint it does a good job at keeping everything lubed up and slowing rust down. Dirt and road grime stick to it and ends up looking like black undercoating. When I get my Bird it will definitely get a good application of fluid film.
I highly recommend it!
I’ve seen it work on my equipment!
Touré
My bus has been treated twice now and the toad once.
I like it.
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I use krown, an oil based under coating, it's similar to fluid flim. I have a rust proofing sprayer with wands, and paint sprayer. Buy 5 gallon pails, and do 5 cars a year.
Heat it to 160 and it sprays and flows nice. Drill holes and spray inside doors and rockers. Do it once a year in the fall.

I've redone a frame with por15, and it helps, but after 6 winters it was peeling and looked like ****.



I'm in northern Ohio, and they love salt. 7 years so far with oil. 06 Chevrolet duramax, looks like new underneath. After 4 or 5 years, you get a nice thick layer.
2015 equinox also looks like new.
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