Simply amazing

CodyWayne718 Posted By CodyWayne718, Feb 13, 2013 at 9:07 PM

  1. CodyWayne718

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  2. begreen

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    I moved this out of the ash can. This is remarkable stuff. Wonder how long it is effective. Does sunlight break it down? Extra points given for the most creative application.
     
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    holy #(*&$*&!#@
     
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    Say goodbye to the rust belt !!!!
     
  5. CodyWayne718

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    Thanks, wasn't sure where it should go.
     
  6. Gary_602z

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    I agree... What the $!?&#¥??? Speechless.
     
  8. mrjohneel

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    Amazing. Of course that guy spraying it all over his gloves and shoes will probably develop lumps under his armpits and have his testicles fall off -- but he'll be dry! (Just kidding; pretty cool!)
     
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    I need them to formulate a version for my dogs...spray it on them and no more wet, muddy dogs in the house :)

    Had to go look though. The top coat $96/qt and $53/qt bottom coat, must use both and a quart covers 42 sq feet. Cool, but for the stupid stuff I'd use it on, it's cheaper to replace the stuff I'm getting wet, dirty, stained, etc for $150 ;)

    As for the tech specs...here's the link see page 2

    http://www.ultraeverdrystore.com/how-to-use/spec-sheet.pdf
     
  11. Jack Straw

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    I would like to coat some fruit of the loom shorts, just in case!
     
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    My wife will want to treat all my dress shirts with this stuff. No more stains.
     
  13. fishingpol

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    Paint it on a boat bottom. Slick.
     
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    Coated snowmobile suit for the homeless.
     
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    I wonder if it could be used to propel a boat of the right hull shape?
     
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    That is amazing stuff...but a few seconds of duration doesn't make a miracle. I'd like to see how those gloves hold up after a day of cutting/loading wood in the snow. If they still looked half as good as new I'd be a believer.
     
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    Use it to spray your wood piles and you wouldn't have to top cover them!;)

    Gary
     
  18. Badfish740

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    Am I the only one thinking of ways to use this stuff for a practical joke? Clearly it can be used on fabrics-what if you coated someone's bath towel with it? ;lol
     
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    That's just awesome. As such, I'm betting it causes testicular cancer or something. If it doesn't, they'll compete with Bill Gates.

    pen
     
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    I think I'd wait until the stacks are seasoned. :)
     
  21. Badfish740

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    Or what if you coated the bottom of a sled?



    Later Dudes!
     
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    Read the link I posted above. Nasty stuff to apply.
     
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    Only sounds about as nasty as your average automotive paint. Ok, maybe the bath towel wouldn't be a good idea but I'm totally trying the sled!
     
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