We’ve been having a lot of fun with a new product that we’re selling in our hardware stores. You’ve probably seen the Rust-Oleum NeverWet commercials that are blitzing TV right now… but if you’re skeptical like us, you probably wondered if it really works as advertised.
We put together a very simple experiment and are convinced that it is! In fact, we’re already planning some new ways to test the product out. Check out this video that I created that simply shows off the water repelling qualities of NeverWet on a cinderblock.
Now the video quality isn’t that great… but the product really is incredible. You gotta see it up close to really realize how amazing it is.
Check out this video about some other products and surfaces that you could use NeverWet on.
Of course you’re probably not gonna use this on your iPhone, and it may not last forever, but think of the possibilities that you can use this on.
What would you like to try it out on?
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I’d like to see how it would repel oil or anti-freeze on that concrete floor. After all, water isn’t a problem with garage floors as much as leaky engine fluids. And I’d like to see it retested after dirt and grit has been swept off of it with a street broom at least a dozen time. Then show what the fluids do. Just curious to see what would happen.
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