Rustoleum Never Wet

Discussion in 'Car Detailing Product Discussion' started by bonehead, Jun 25, 2013.

  1. bonehead

    bonehead Jedi Nuba

    There was a video of this stuff out last year that just blew everyone's mind where chocolate sauce just ran off a pair of white sneakers. Looks like the product is finally on the shelf. Home Depot has it in inventory. Apparently it has a bit of a milky haze upon drying, so I'm not really sure how much, if any, application it may have in automotive detailing other than some interior surfaces. Durability is also a bit ? Anyone try it yet?

    NeverWet Arrives - Hands-On Product Demonstration - YouTube
  2. JSF721

    JSF721 Jedi Nuba

    If it stands up to heat I am doing my wheels!
  3. Peacemaker

    Peacemaker Two Bucket System Washer

    Wow, that is awesome looking stuff. It seems to leave a gritty substance behind...
  4. Kilo6_one

    Kilo6_one DB Forum Supporter

    Ill pick up a can and let you know.
  5. bvhbmw

    bvhbmw Birth of a Detailer

    It dries with a slight haze, should not be touched or it will lose it's water shedding properties. Not a good product for cars, unfortunately. It also makes fabric stiff when applied.
  6. SoCal Garage

    SoCal Garage DB Forum Supporter

    The issue I have is that it's a two-part (cans) product with the last part (can) being mostly comprised of acetone. Regarding a vehicle, about the only use I would consider is spraying the undercarriage of a new vehicle as it would interesting to see how clean the undercarriage would stay and for how long.
  7. cvprez

    cvprez Virgin Detailer

    has anybody tried this on a convertible top? If it really works as shown I think it would be awesome, my only concern is regarding the poster who said it makes the fabric stiff and obviously the top needs to remain pliable to fold properly.
  8. ACE2790

    ACE2790 Jedi Nuba

    I also wonder how long it lasts. Awesome looking product none the less.

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