Re: What to use to make a snowblower "slick"?
If you took the blower apart for sanding and repainting, then how about a few coats of "clear" on the auger and all inside the housing and chute. It's a tough, tough world inside snow blowers because snow is a long way off being clean. So, every time you take it to work, dirt, pebbles and rocks are often grinding away at the edges of the auger, the housing and especially the fan and chute. Pam certainly helps but it doesn't last all that long. Keeping the paint on and the rust off is the key to an efficient snow blower. The thicker the paint coating, the better. At least with the clear, you could wash the blower after every use, let it dry thoroughly and then re-spray the areas that see the most abrasion.