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    Has anyone heard of or used this? I was wondering how this would work as a quick alternative to protecting chrome wheels? It kind of seems like a version of WD-40



    Fluid Film® | Corrosion Preventative, Lubricant and Rust Inhibitor
    Ryan Cywinski - Owner
    Northeast Auto Reflections
    Detail Spa and Mobile Wash, LLC
    www.northeastautoreflections.com

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    It is just like WD-40. I would not use that on chrome wheels. I see where there coming from when they say it will protect chrome bumpers and wheels. It would be like that "bug off" product that leaves a slimy layer of crap on your bumper for road trips, that you hose off when you reach your destination. It would be like applying a layer of oil to your chrome wheels, which would look disastrous. I`ve used it on hinges, chain drives on ATVs and bicycles, seized nuts and bolts and other industrial uses. The stuff smells like %*#@, I can`t believe the website recommends using it on dash boards!
    Andrew

    On The Spot Mobile Detailing

    Serving Saint John and Surrounding Area

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    Quote Originally Posted by OnTheSpotMobile
    It is just like WD-40. I would not use that on chrome wheels. I see where there coming from when they say it will protect chrome bumpers and wheels. It would be like that "bug off" product that leaves a slimy layer of crap on your bumper for road trips, that you hose off when you reach your destination. It would be like applying a layer of oil to your chrome wheels, which would look disastrous. I`ve used it on hinges, chain drives on ATVs and bicycles, seized nuts and bolts and other industrial uses. The stuff smells like %*#@, I can`t believe the website recommends using it on dash boards!


    I was just thinking ahead for winter months as a change of pace for a new set of wheels I am looking at buying. I am used to using Zoop Seal, but thought a spray would be easier in the winter for adding protection every couple of weeks.
    Ryan Cywinski - Owner
    Northeast Auto Reflections
    Detail Spa and Mobile Wash, LLC
    www.northeastautoreflections.com

 

 

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