Use Sharkhide on my shocks.....I am thinking i might use it instead of FF
I ended up ordering the 'pro' sprayer.Anyone try Black wool wax gallon and brush method? I really like this product in the spray version. I'm thinking of getting a gallon and brushing it on the outsides of everything under my Jeep. Love the Black.
Frame rust seems to be a real problem with 4Runners, so that's quite an endorsement for Fluid Film!I am coming from a 31 year old 88 4Runner that was daily driven its entire life. It had eighteen northeast winters on the road, complete with brine and road salt. It was was fluid filmed every fall in preparation for the winter. Used a cheap electric paint gun with uncut fluid film from a gallon on the outside, and about two aerosol cans with the little 360 degree wand attachment to snake through the frame (did the inside of frame once every three years or so).
I sold the 4Runner with a perfect frame, and I mean perfect. This stuff is worth the money and is why I am doing it with my new Wrangler. It is from the south and I intend to keep the frame cherry. Those hesitant to fluid film their Jeep because it makes it greasy should get over it - because it is worth it.
Yes - definitely. It worked really well. I used an electric paint gun and sprayed it on straight (not cut) each fall, and did two aerosol cans snaked through the frame with the aerosol 360 degree kit once or twice in its life (as it stays in there forever). It was worth every penny.
That's this thread.