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Old 02-11-2013, 11:55 AM   #1
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Coolest Invention since WD-40

Everybody knows that NASA invented WD-40 as a Water-Displacing Agent attempt number 40. This product is even better!!!!!

http://youtu.be/IPM8OR6W6WE
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WOW....how long till someone figures out how to incorporate that into car wax?
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Wow! I would love to coat my house and deck , fence driveway everything in that stuff.
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Some of the youtube comments are funny.
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They need to put that in an aerosol can, well two aerosol cans.

I want to know when junk is coating his vette with this stuff
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I want to know when junk is coating his vette with this stuff
I don't know about his vette, but base on other YouTube comments Junkman could coat his willy and give it to his ladies as a his and her KY jelly type thing and save on little hoodies.
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I want it for my roof. And what happens if you coat a boat in it?
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You think it might increase it's speed since surface tension is almost nill? Imagine never having to clean the crap off it.

That stuff is awesome. I'd coat every tool I have and the underside of all of my mower decks. That stuff could have a million uses.
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Ok now that shit is too cool. Just think of the uses. You could coat the roadways with it and they would always be dry. What would happen if you coated a goldfish?
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Did some research on the product. You can't use a high pressure spray to clean it off. If this product was used to coat car parts then you would not be able to use a high pressure washer to clean it. It would work good for under coating or coating the inside of panels. Stuff is kinda expensive too.
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Did some research on the product. You can't use a high pressure spray to clean it off. If this product was used to coat car parts then you would not be able to use a high pressure washer to clean it. It would work good for under coating or coating the inside of panels. Stuff is kinda expensive too.
Why would you need to high pressure wash it went oil and water roll of it?
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Why would you need to high pressure wash it went oil and water roll of it?
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I wonder how optically clear it is? In other words, could you spray it on glass/paint without hazing/clouding?
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I wonder how optically clear it is? In other words, could you spray it on glass/paint without hazing/clouding?
I doubt it. Look at the boots when the guy steps in a mud hole. The treated boot has a white haze on the surface. My other question is about durability. If it won't stand high pressure treatment, how about time in the rain? Also, how does it do in high heat, like direct summer sun with 140 degree surface? But at any rate, it is a great looking product, and probably just the beginning.
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