New anti-water product determined to stop liquids from killing our gadgets

A couple weeks ago, we saw Motorola use a new type of coating to stop water from breaking its RAZR smartphone. Now, we’ve heard that a new company could have a solution to our gadget drowning problems in the form of a new spray product.

Called “NeverWet”, this miracle product uses what its creator – Ross Technology – calls a “superhydrophobic coating”, a silicon-based coating that can be applied to any surface and stop water from absorbing, forming ice, and slow down corrosion.

While not scheduled to head to stores until next year, the videos on the site responsible for the product show just how impressive a technology this is. We can’t wait until we can coat our gadgets and luggage with it.

The product can repel water and other liquids, including motor oil.
  1. What about anti-icing treatment for aircraft wings. It can take forever to get out to the runway in North America/Europe in snowy and icy weather. By the time the jets queue up at the de-icing stations they often miss their allotted slot and the wait just gets longer. I was on a plane in Detroit that was held up so long, it needed re-treating.
    If this stuff works for aircraft, it could save millions of $$s in fuel alone. Not to mention the dreaded Greenhouse Gases.

  2. What about anti-icing treatment for aircraft wings. It can take forever to get out to the runway in North America/Europe in snowy and icy weather. By the time the jets queue up at the de-icing stations they often miss their allotted slot and the wait just gets longer. I was on a plane in Detroit that was held up so long, it needed re-treating.
    If this stuff works for aircraft, it could save millions of $$s in fuel alone. Not to mention the dreaded Greenhouse Gases.

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