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Camouflage body protection

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Hello all

I am looking for some suggestions what to apply to the camouflage body on a 2019 Yamaha Kodiak 700 eps to keep the mud from sticking. We have a lot of alkali white dirt that rusts metal 

Thanks in advance 

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Washing after every ride with a pressure washer will be the best but if you want, you can apply a coating on your plastic plastic like this available on amazon or superatv.com

SuperATV Landslide All-Terrain Coating/Protectant for ATV/UTV

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Thanks AJmboy, i think buy it for my mxu, 

how many time hold the product on the surface? and whats the best way to apply it on the ATV?

thanks by advance

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