Rust-Oleum® NeverWet™ Fabric DWR is a one-step, superhydrophobic, durable water-repelling treatment that has been designed to keep items dry longer. This crystal clear formula allows fabrics to breathe, while dramatically repelling water from the surface. NeverWet Fabric DWR preserves items against damaging moisture without changing the look or feel of the fabric.
Publicis Seattle's production team is using a two-part spray paint system -- called NeverWet -- that is virtually invisible when dry, and comes to the surface when touched by rain. The NeverWet product is a spray-on, clear coat that when painted on pavement seals the area underneath the paint. When the pavement around the application becomes wet, it makes the message pop out and become visible.
A new line from Rust-Oleum repels water, mud, ice and other liquids from a variety of surfaces. We put one member of this product family to the test. Read on to find out what happened.
The "Street Signs" crew tests out NeverWet's new products, with Ronald Rice, RPM International president & COO, and Ed Voorhees, Rust-Oleum North America President. One product is for boot and shoe, one for fabric and one for auto upholstery.
Rust-Oleum NeverWet is now available in South Korea via TNF, Inc. Visit www.NeverWet.co.kr
Larger, industrial sized versions are now available!
A stunning new infomercial is going viral, showing a water repellant that can fend off the likes of mustard, chocolate syrup and soda. TODAY’s Matt Lauer dares to use his own suit to test out the product.
Whether developed in a garage or in the lab of a multinational corporation, these are the year's most innovative and transformative products, and the winners of Popular Mechanics' 2013 Breakthrough Awards.
NeverWet is a liquid repelling treatment currently only sold at Home Depot. CNBC's Amanda Drury speaks with Ed Voorhees, Rust-Oleum North America, and Ronald Rice, RPM International president and CEO, about how it works, and the demand for the product.