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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    City/State
    Milwaukee, WI
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    995

    Best Spray Undercoating

    With winter looming--yes it is--I decided to hit the underside of my 06 LJ with something similar to Waxoyl but have heard great things about Dinitrol--anyone know where you can buy this product? I also want to spray the inside of my frame with it as well as other areas. This stuff sounds great, especially the underbody treatment.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    May 2008
    City/State
    Lake Keesus, WI
    Scrambler Year
    1982 Scrambler Base
    Year Purchased
    2010
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    644
    Dave,
    I use a product called Fluid Film on my plow trucks and it is available at Nue's Hardware in the Falls. It is similar to the Waxoyl the Rover community uses. It is available in aerosols or by the gallon for use in your own sprayer. It has worked great for me the past 5 years or so. Call me if you want more info on it.
    -Jeff

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Aug 2012
    City/State
    Lancaster, Oh
    Posts
    780
    Quote Originally Posted by jak inc View Post
    Dave,
    I use a product called Fluid Film on my plow trucks and it is available at Nue's Hardware in the Falls. It is similar to the Waxoyl the Rover community uses. It is available in aerosols or by the gallon for use in your own sprayer. It has worked great for me the past 5 years or so. Call me if you want more info on it.
    -Jeff
    I'm getting ready to do some frame repair and general de-rustification. A buddy of mine gets fluid film by the five gallon bucket. We're going to spray the frame down when we're done. He's got a flexible wand style applicator with holes in the end that you can spray the inside of the frame with as well. He swears by the stuff here in salt-hio...
    "That which does not kill you, usually makes you wish it did..."

    "I'm the NRA"

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    City/State
    Milwaukee, WI
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    995
    Thanks guys, I've seen fluid film used before but I thought the other product was more permanent in nature, that it had more properties such as anti-nick and chips from rocks and also one-time application--or at least not yearly. Will touch base with you when I get back Jeff and take a look.

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