Anyone tried this stuff
Posted 08 July 2013 - 11:09 AM
Durham Appliance Thrift & Repair, LLC
Posted 08 July 2013 - 09:58 PM
About NeverWet - Homeowner Use
Rust-Oleum® NeverWet is a two-step product system designed to create a moisture repelling barrier on a variety of surfaces. It is suitable for use on metal, wood, aluminum, galvanized metal, PVC, concrete, masonry, asphalt, vinyl siding, fiberglass, canvas, most plastics and more. Read the NeverWet instructions for more information about application and use.
- Not intended to be applied to electronic devices or clothing
- Sprays clear and dries to a flat light haze
- Durable formulation, ideal for indoor/outdoor conditions
- Dries fast — 30 minutes to touch
NeverWet Top Coat should be reapplied when water no longer rolls off of the surface.
NOTE: NeverWet can be used on fabric, leather and canvas
however; NeverWet will dry to a flat, milky haze and may change the appearance,
especially on dark colored items.
Test in an inconspicuous area before applying.
Treated surfaces will lose superhydrophobic properties if exposed to detergents, soap, oil, solvents or high pressure water.
Certain solvents, alcohols and soap/detergents will cause the surface of the coating to lose superhydrophobicity.
NeverWet should not be used on electronics.
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