QUOTE (Buckhunter1 @ Jun 23 2013, 10:49 AM)
QUOTE (bowgod02 @ Jun 23 2013, 07:01 AM)
That was my first thought as well mike. No moisture could get to the board if its waterproof like in those vids. I'm going to pick some up to try as well the next time I'm in the HD area.
It would also work spraying around the seals of the case I would think.
Was thinking the same things.
I've been spraying a light film of Fluid-Film on my aio boards. Works great! Haven't tried it on the seals cause it
smells like a little Lamb
protect's electronics very well.
FLUID FILM's woolwax formulation is classified as non-toxic and non-hazardous http://www.fluid-film.com/products/
I've been a huge Fluid Film fan since I bought my tractor 5 years ago. Absolutely the best product protecting outdoor metal items minus the stripping, priming, and painting of them.
Never thought about it for boards but it does have potential. As long as it's not conductive, and apparently it's not per Buckhunter1's experiments. The main ingredient is lanolin. It does not evaporate like WD40 and leaves a nice coating on the surface.
We buy some remote telemetering devices for the reading of gas meters that are hard to get to like in basements and in a field occupied by an enraged bull, and they have this viscous gel poured over the boards which protects them from oxidation.
Without giving too much away, Gunboy53 and myself are looking into this product for a potential new board.
Anyway, my order of Neverwet was canceled because the warehouse was out indefinitely through Home Depot.
I'd like to see someone on here try this product if they have access to it. I'd think that it would probably be permanent if sprayed on the board.
As an aside, Fluid Film works great on work boots and work gloves. Try it!