Discussion in 'Detailing Bliss Lounge' started by P1et, Nov 16, 2011.
I had the same thought while watching video.
This looks like really good stuff.
This stuff will be unreal! I wonder the durability of it though.
Soak your friend's wash mitt/sponge in this stuff then video record him the next time tries to wash a car?
Damn that stuff is amazing!
I'm pretty sure everyone got the same email from these people, but here is what the email said:
"Thank you for your interest in our NeverWet superhydrophobic coatings. We've received an incredible amount of email and phone contact recently regarding various news articles published on our technology (over 15,000 inquiries!), and we apologize for the delay in getting back to you on your request. We've even been asked if the video demonstrations are real, so let me take this opportunity to assure you that it is completely real and NeverWet is very revolutionary!
It appears from the contact you recently made with us that you're interested in using one of our coatings for a personal application. We are diligently working on finalizing a number of our coatings in aerosol cans that can be used by end users such as yourself to provide you with the same, extreme water repelling features that you witnessed in some of our videos. At this time, these products are not yet available to the general public, as we complete our testing to bring you a product that will amaze you as much as our industrial coatings. We believe you will find our products well worth the wait when we reach the level of quality that has brought us the same level of demand from our manufacturing and industrial customers. We anticipate that you'll be able to purchase some for yourself by mid-2012. We have you on our mailing list, so you don't need to do a thing... we'll be in contact with you again when product is available for purchase!
Please feel free to monitor our web site and Facebook page (NeverWet Products) for the latest news releases on our consumer products, as well as details of products that will soon be released directly from manufacturers who have incorporated our technology into their products.
We will also be sending you another email shortly with some answers to many of the frequently asked questions we've received. Unfortunately it's difficult for us to answer every question, so we hope that these will help to answer some of the questions you have about our products and that you may have included in your initial email contact with us. We think you'll also find it helpful to learn more about our technology in general.
If we've misunderstood your interest and you are a manufacturer who is interested in discussing opportunities to utilize our coatings into your products, please use the following link to tell us more about your application.
NeverWet Business Profile Form
Thank you again for your interest and patience,
WOW, I kinda giggled when I saw the chocolate syrup on the shoe fall off. I want some!
I saw this on L2D a couple weeks ago...Avi made a post that was a little concerning. Not sure if it's still accurate today, but it's worth looking into.
YESSSSSSSSS i can wear white shoes again!
I bet a lot of dem boyz will be putting this on their K-swiss shoes.
Every time I walk through a puddle of chocolate, ketchup, or cooking oil, the thought of someone making a product to protect my sneakers comes to mind... my prayers have been answered. :thumb:
wonder what would happen if I put this on the inside of a glass and filled it with water?
You'll be spilling water all over the place.
Saw a similar product on Uncrate today.
Liquipel | Waterproof Your Cell Phone, No Case Required!
^^^ NOW I can text and talk in the hot tub....... like a baller!
It's now available, and you can find it Home Depot for around $20. Here's who is marketing it for the inventor: Rust-Oleum NeverWet.
read the reviews/ check for pictures of real users, it leaves/turns stuff whiteish.
This should never be used on clothes or shoes. It does leave a chalky white residue that looks like crap and also rubs off on your hands when you touch it. It also stiffens up leather and fabric to the point that I don't even wear the shoes that I basically ruined using this stuff.
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