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Fluid Film

Discussion in 'Shooting Related Threads' started by TW2, Apr 16, 2009.

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  1. TW2

    TW2 TS Member

    Mar 23, 2009
    Anybody familiar with it?

    It is from Eureka Chemical Co. and is made from what floats to the surface when they wash sheep's wool.

    It comes in a spray can just like like WD-40, smells a bit like lanolin and is a bit oily at first.

    but after a day or two it leaves a light waxy film on things.

    It is a great protective coating for tools and such.

    But has anybody here used it on guns?
  2. Tom @ Athens

    Tom @ Athens Member

    Nov 24, 2008
    I've use it for years on everything on my farms. I's the only thing to put on battery post. Stops corrosion, best I have found. I use it on my guns that must be exposed to the weather, left in machinery and open building that I don't have time to mess with. I use it on anything that rubs together that has to stay lubed and be exposed to the weather. Or even if it is not exposed to the weather. I buy it it by the gallon and put it in my own sprayers.The only reason I don't use it on my clays guns are that it will stain your clothes and I clean them after each use any way. It replaced the squirt oil can in my shop and on my farm. It handles pressure well.I use it on highly loaded chain drives. I used it to replace the expense chain lube the manufacture recommended.It extended my chain life by a full season. Needless to say, I'm sold. Also use it on the bushings and wear points of our trap machines.
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