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Ross Technology Corp. needed a better way to reduce corrosion on the steel products. When they couldn't find a suitable one, they worked on creating something on their own. And eventually they hit upon a slick product that's led to a whole new business. That product is NeverWet, a silicon-based spray-on coating that repels water and heavy oils. You need to login to view this link

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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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User avatar #9 to #8 - aqualadFTW
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You don't have to. Nothing sticks to them.
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#11 to #10 - aqualadFTW
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#23 to #11 - DahColeTrain
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User avatar #32 to #9 - anonymouslive
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Dirt....
#6 - nonnotitiapono
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how do we know the liquids aren't fabricphobic?
how do we know the liquids aren't fabricphobic?
User avatar #18 - ImgoingToEatU
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What happens if you spray that on you and then jump in the pool?
User avatar #28 to #18 - chasskika
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ok, well if you could actually do this to human skin, (given the nature of human, i'm not sure if you can) it wouldn't really be much different, but you wouldn't absorb any of the water, thus not getting pruney. In other words, your body would try to reach equilibrium with the water that's in the pool, and osmosis wouldn't occur. Basically, you'd get out of the pool, and wouldn't be wet. But being in the pool would not be any different, other than the wrinkling/pruning thing. But, once again, do not think this would work on human skin.
User avatar #30 to #28 - chasskika
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(nature of human skin*)
User avatar #19 to #18 - lawlcopter
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holy ****. I WANT TO KNOW THE ANSWER TO THIS
#21 to #18 - jokeface
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<-- this
User avatar #25 - IceBearJudgesYou
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Line the inside of a cup with it.


Floating water.
#41 - timmyaaa
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"We also make a paint that paints on surfaces" wtf?...
User avatar #31 - JNS
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spray it on your skin, never have to bathe again
#20 - lcmoore
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is this what that "surviving the world" guy does?
User avatar #29 to #20 - JNS
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if you're talking about Dante Shepherd, then no ... not quite
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