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#51601
Ultra-Ever Dry, Repels Water. Could we use this in the scuba industry?
Greg - 2/12/2013 1:22 PM
Category: General
Replies: 6

Check out this stuff, seems freakin’ awesome!

http://www.spillcontainment.com/everdry



Watch the video and see how well it repels water.



What applications could we use this for in the scuba diving industry? Boats? Gear? I just want some of it to play with.
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Green_Achers - 2/12/2013 1:36 PM
This was posted on the Land Rover forum yesterday. I think it does have it’s uses (like maybe repelling salt) and I’ll bet it would make the co-efficiency of a ship hull near unstoppable. I’m just not willing to drop the $160 plus tax and S/H for a quart to try it.
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BgDmbRngr - 2/12/2013 3:35 PM
If they can get the haziness out of it when it dries that would be perfect for masks too.
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Greg - 2/12/2013 9:04 PM
From BgDmbRngr: If they can get the haziness out of it when it dries that would be perfect for masks too....
Holy carp, I didn’t even think of that! The ultimate mask defogger.
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Green_Achers - 2/13/2013 9:22 AM
So I’m interested but not brave enough to try Rain-X in my mask. Just think of how things would go using this stuff and getting it into your eyes - they would never get wet again! LOL
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Greg - 2/13/2013 10:55 AM
That’s a good point. I wonder if anyone has tried rainx on their mask.