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    I heard about this stuff. Does anyone use it? Is it really worth the $57+ for 6 12oz cans? I can't find it at any local shops around here. Only their web site. I also heard a few people say they have used PAM. Any ideas on a less expensive under-deck treatment?
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    I never heard of it.

    What about wd-40?
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    • #3
      I used a graphite spray on the underneath side of of my deck a few years ago didnt really seem to make a big difference however it did help a little. I have found the best method is to simply do it the old fasion way every sunday i always clean my equipment.

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      • #4
        Butter, not margarine. JUST KIDDING!

        I hear "old" motor oil is good to brush on the underside of a mowers deck to prevent grass from caking on. Just use a paint brush to lather it on.

        I have used WD-40, PAM, & a few other things... nothing beats taking the time to clean the mowers though.

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        • #5
          I never heard of it.

          What about wd-40?
          We use a Teflon spray, I believe it's made by Liquid wrench and it works well, I use it on the ATV's as mud just falls off when you wash them, aside from this it prevents any rust and is an excellent lubricant.
          Andy
          Halifax, Nova Scotia

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