In this video I show you a basic tutorial on how to undercoat your car with Fluid Film. Fluid film is a lanolin based rust preventative. I used Fluid Film’s professional spray gun it comes with 3 1qt bottles, 2 different hose extensions, and the gun itself. You will need an air compressor to use the gun. Any compressor over 10 gallons will run this gun. I use about 1qt to about 1.5qts per vehicle depending on the size of the vehicle and the amount sprayed. The vehicle that I am spraying in the video is brand new with about 150 miles on it. I plan on giving yearly updates about the condition of the vehicle before an application every year. Fluid Film cleans up with water and does not harm most rubber like waste oil. It is environmentally friendly and biodegradable. Here are links to a couple types of Fluid Film and a couple of spray guns if you choose the liquid version. Thanks for watching.
Fluid Film spray cans: http://amzn.to/2xY0Bai
Fluid Film liquid: http://amzn.to/2zudkmt
Fluid Film standard spray gun: http://amzn.to/2zt986r
Fluid Film professional spray gun: http://amzn.to/2zu2xsk
In case you want to drill holes here are plugs: http://amzn.to/2h04YML
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