Well my 6 can prime buy of fluid film arrived so I’m stocked for the next 5 years. I took a couple pictures and then wiped down the hull kind of like the guy was doing in the video to the large boat. I sprits some on and then took a paper towel and rubbed it in. The whole canoe took maybe 5 minutes and it was slightly oily looking as some suggested it would be. I waited about 30 minutes and then took fresh paper towels and wiped the whole thing down kind of buffing out what was left when the propellant had evaporated for the most part. Then I buffed it one last time with paper towels and they hardly picked anything up. So it is nothing like what is under your car when you undercoat. I used it more like how you would do car wax. Then I took a couple more pictures.
The canoe doesn’t feel all oily and smells like wool.
Here are the before and after shots. Now I can see how it holds up and how long until it needs a refresh rub down.