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    Fluid Film Sale

    These guys are having a sale on Fluid Film. 10% off if you use "winter18" as a promo code for purchases over $50, until 1/31. Not sure how it compares to other distributors pricing on the stuff.....but you do get a free keychain!!

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    Not so sure how good of a deal this is...

    Price per 11.75oz can is $11.95. You would have to buy 5 cans to get the 10% discount. They do have free shipping on orders over $35. The real deal would be to buy 12 cans at $8.95/can, get the 10% discount and free shipping bringing it to $8.05 per can.

    Amazon price is $10/can with free shipping.

    Lowe's is $9.98/can

    Walmart is $10/can with free shipping

    If you are an Amazon Prime member they have a better deal at $57.95 for 6 cans with free 2-day delivery. That's $9.65/can.

    No matter how you slice it the price ends up being about $10 per can. :-)
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    A big for the price research! I did the 12 can with 10% and free shipping from them.

    By the way did you factor in the free key chain?!?!?! You know that's meaningful to this crowd!!
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    Yeah i discovered Lowes carried it in the store one day after previously always buying on internet. Guess it's around $9 a can as was mentioned.
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    Go to advanced auto website...with their codes and free shipping you can buy a whole gallon for like 30 bucks
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    Quote Originally Posted by Maineguy77 View Post
    Go to advanced auto website...with their codes and free shipping you can buy a whole gallon for like 30 bucks
    That's a pretty good deal. Buying the gallon and using a refillable aerosol can like shown below brings the price of Fluid Film way down. I did something similar with WD-40 years ago only using a pump bottle. A gallon of WD-40 lasted close to 20 years.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jgayman View Post
    That's a pretty good deal. Buying the gallon and using a refillable aerosol can like shown below brings the price of Fluid Film way down. I did something similar with WD-40 years ago only using a pump bottle. A gallon of WD-40 lasted close to 20 years.
    I do the same when possible. My fingers just won’t work with aerosol cans anymore except for a quick squirt. A pump spray is much easier for me plus I feel I have much more control of the spray with an adjustable nozzle.

    I buy spray bottles for $1 at the Dollar tree for lots of different uses. Unfortunately Fluid Film won’t work in a pump sprayer.

    I gave up buying Fluid Film a couple years ago due to the shipping cost. But now that it seems to be on some retailer shelves I’ll have to pick up a couple cans. I can use my aerosol trigger things on them.

    One of my many ways to keep working on stuff -

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    Guys, it seems like a ton of you use the fluid film spray. Could you tell me what makes it different than any other silicon, Teflon spray?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yank View Post
    Guys, it seems like a ton of you use the fluid film spray. Could you tell me what makes it different than any other silicon, Teflon spray?
    It's made from Lanolin. The manufacturer says that it is environmentally friendly. All that stuff that we spray on our tractor ends up on the ground at some point.
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    Quote Originally Posted by keane View Post
    It's made from Lanolin. The manufacturer says that it is environmentally friendly. All that stuff that we spray on our tractor ends up on the ground at some point.
    And it does not evaporate quickly like the solvent based formulas do. Oh, and I think it smells good too
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