So if you ever seen it on youtube is a new hyper hydrophobic chemical. A water and well anything replent. So do a search on hyper hydrophobic and a number of videos will appear. That was the prototype. Rustoleum has purchased distrobution rights for the product and it can be bought at home depot for $19.95. Its called Never Wet. Two part aerosol cans. You need about 2-3 sprays of each to make it work. About 30 minutes each coat. Warning it sprays on a while dull white spray not clear. Makes some fabric a little stiffer. Doesn't last forever but worth trying out. So it repells liquid like 3M scotch guard but way better. Something to think about . maybe under your fenders ,saddle bags ect...
Last edited by RisingSun; 07-05-2013 at 04:45 PM.
I know a chemist-type guy who worked on this stuff some years ago. they never developed it cus it wouldn't do what they wanted. I wouldn't spend my money on it
There are many products that most people can not conceive a use for. That does not negate their usefulness to those that need them. I spent 22 years in southeast Alaska where it precipitated 150" / year. Looks like a useful product to me. rw
Looks interesting. Does it go on thick or thin? Really cool video. So I can see this great for boots and gloves for the bike.
Last edited by stephenmarklay; 07-14-2013 at 06:43 AM.
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has a white haze. Kinda stiffens up a little ,but works good.