Rust-Oleum NeverWet Liquid Repellant

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

The never ending quest for completely waterproofing all of our personal belongings may have finally come to an end with the official release of Rust-Oleum’s NeverWet Liquid Repellant.

After briefly hitting the scene a few years back, NeverWet has finally made its way to the retail level, and the finished product is everything we could have ever hoped for. Brought to market by the surface pros at Rust-Oleum, this concoction consists of 2 different sprays (a base layer and finishing layer), that can be applied to virtually any surface for waterproofing. Simply apply the NeverWet Base Coat, wait about 15 minutes, then apply the NeverWet Top Coat, and within another 15 minutes you will have a fully waterproof item. The spray works on a wide array of materials, but you really have to check out the video below to understand how well this stuff actually works. You can purchase yours today from Home Depot.

Rust-Oleum NeverWet Liquid Repellant 2

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