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Post in 'The Inglenook' started by CodyWayne718, Feb 13, 2013.
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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.
Say goodbye to the rust belt !
Thanks, wasn't sure where it should go.
I agree... What the $!?&#¥??? Speechless.
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!)
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
I would like to coat some fruit of the loom shorts, just in case!
My wife will want to treat all my dress shirts with this stuff. No more stains.
Paint it on a boat bottom. Slick.
Coated snowmobile suit for the homeless.
I wonder if it could be used to propel a boat of the right hull shape?
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.
Use it to spray your wood piles and you wouldn't have to top cover them!
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?
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.
I think I'd wait until the stacks are seasoned.
Or what if you coated the bottom of a sled?
guess it's for sale
Read the link I posted above. Nasty stuff to apply.
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!