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Cool Sno-Jet Sprayed on Entire Blower?

Could you, would you spray you're entire blower with Sno-Jet?


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What`s Sno Jet?
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Would not waste Time or money on that 1.

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What`s Sno Jet?
It's a non stick spray to keep snow from sticking inside the bucket and chute of your snowblowe,supposed to help keep your blower from clogging up.i used fluid film and when I was done using my machine,there was still a lot of snow stuck inside the bucket,and on the auger

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Why not just use silicone spray. I`ve always used this on my shovels too.
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I use Dupont Snow and Ice repellent on the chute and in the auger area. I don't spray the entire blower with it but if you do avoid the muffler for sure.
I also spray the shovels with it.
When the snow is wet and sticky it works.
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I use Dupont Snow and Ice repellent on the chute and in the auger area. I don't spray the entire blower with it but if you do avoid the muffler for sure.
I also spray the shovels with it.
When the snow is wet and sticky it works.
Where can I get that? I've never seen that product before around here

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Where can I get that? I've never seen that product before around here
I get it at Canadian Tire in Canada but in the US it looks like Amazon, Wal Mart, Lowes, Menards, etc have it. Google it and you should see a bunch of US retailers that carry it in your area.
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Home Depot sells it by me, I bought a can to try it out. All I need is snow.

I tried the DuPont snow spray, it worked, not amazing but worked. Little pricy though.

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I have used Car wax, WD40 and silicone. Can't really say which one is better. Never tried the Snow Stuff. I got a kick out of ih8thepackers handle. Anyway i hope he h8's them more on Sunday night. All in good fun!
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