Here it is you guys, my 6 month update on the Fluid Film. I have used this product for a few years now. Previously, I’d spray mixtures of motor oil under my vehicles using an old paint gun, but after reading about the possible acidity of some oil I decided to change. For the last couple years I’ve applied the Fluid Film by an aerosol can, but realized using an undercoating gun and bulk Fluid Film would be cheaper (and EASIER!). Fluid Film costs around $10-13 per can (USD) and it usually takes at least 3-4 cans to get a good coating under my 4Runner. You could probably stretch 2 cans, but the coating would be thin. So finally, I bought an undercoating gun this year for $28 from Amazon and a gallon of Fluid Film which cost ~$35. It took 3 quarts for the application, so I still had 25% of the can left. The undercoating gun made it much easier and much more time efficient. I think I’ll stick with this application process for now. The vehicle is my 2017 4Runner TRD Pro that I bought brand new (ordered in late 2016), and I now just passed 40,000 miles. It’s been through 3 horrible winters, with the most recent extremely wet and salty. Unfortunately, where I live salt is used extremely heavily…. I’m talking white roads all winter. Anyway, ideally you should apply another coating of Fluid Film in the late winter/early spring (which I usually do), but this year I wanted to see how truly durable this stuff is. The results speak for themselves. Anyway, thanks for watching!
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