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NeverWet Makes Stuff Never Gets Wet

 |  |  |  June 25, 2013


If you’re a bit of a klutz, then it might be a good idea for you to go through measures to prevent the damage that might arise from all your klutziness. One of these is by spraying stuff that you want to keep dry with NeverWet.

NeverWet

NeverWet is a neat system that lets you thoroughly liquid-proof stuff that might otherwise get stained if you spill something on them or get them wet, like suede shoes or sneakers. It’s dubbed as a “superhydrophobic” coating that’ll cause liquids to just glide off of the surfaces of objects that have been treated with it.

The entire coating process will take over an hour to complete. First, you have to spray on the base coat, which will take 30 minutes to dry. Then you have to spray it all over with the top coat, which will take another 30 minutes to dry. The only real downside is that NeverWet will dry with a frosted appearance, although a clear-drying version is currently being developed.

[via C|NET]



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