I put on two coats of SLUSH BUSTER under my tunnel
(24 hours between each coat). Goes on real easy. In
deep powder and snowing heavily all day, no snow build
up. Pretty amazed! Usually at the end of our rides,
I have a metal spatula that I take to scrape all of
the snow off so it doesn't freeze on there. Didn't
have to touch my sled with the spatula (except my rails).
So far with 4 rides....I'm still good to go with no
additional applications. :-)
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I have had very good luck in keeping the Tahoe area “Sierra
Cement” off of my sled with this stuff. It’s
some of the wettest stickiest snow I've run into. SLUSH
BUSTER works awesome. The snow doesn't stick.
I coat the whole front and rear suspension, shock
tower, snow flap and rail assembly down with this stuff.
A little goes a long way. It works much better than
the silicone sprays and water proofers that I have
been using. It’s safe for plastics too. This
stuff is super hydrophobic (sheds water). What's the
use of going to lightweight front suspension parts
if you haul around an extra ton of snow on your sled?
On an average day we would pack about 5-10 lbs of
ice and snow under our sleds tunnels even with the
coolers. SLUSH BUSTER keeps them clean.
I always build a ton of snow up in the A-arms and
the rear suspension, but it doesn’t stick where
I put the SLUSH BUSTER. I’m doing my whole sled.
Reducing the ice/snow buildup in the tunnel is easily
the best value in real weight reduction. I always carry
enough snow and ice to make a small igloo... ;-) ...When
it falls off and rattles against my track lugs and
I get this sinking feeling that something like a bearing
has gone south, SLUSH BUSTER rocks. No more igloos.
No more rattles. My sled handles great.