Posted on Dec 23 2013 - 9:50am by gchoe
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Remember the Rust-Oleum NeverWet Hydrophobic Liquid Repellant spray?  This is similar, but applies to a t-shirt.  The Silic shirt looks like a normal white t-shirt but it has silica particles layered...

If you spend much time being active around the water, you most likely have a rashguard shirt or two. The traditional rashguard does a good job at wicking away sweat but fails when really wet. In other words if you wear it in the water you end up with a shirt that is soggy, heavy, wet, and clings to your body. Not cool. Things just changed with the Victory KoreDry clothing line (hoodies, shirts, neoprene, etc..) which acts like a hydrophobic...

So, apparently some folks have noticed that the iPhone (while not listed as waterproof) seems to hold-up pretty good living in a bowl of water. So are the new iPhone 6S and 6S Plus waterproof? Read on for details and video of the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus taking a bath after the break. ...

While I disagree with their claim of being the “… first super-hydrophobic spray for iPhone” I think they are one of the first to make a kit that users can do at home. The Impervious Invisible Waterproofing Kit makes it pretty easy to waterproof/protect your smartphones exterior. If you want it to be truly waterproof (as in IPX-7) then...

The UltraTech Ultra-Ever Dry technology is a two stage spray on coating that repels just about anything.  Spray it on work boots or gloves and mud, dirt, water, concrete, and the like simply won't stick to the surface. "Ultra-Ever Dry is a superhydrophobic (water) and oleophobic...

Remember the waterproofing company Liquipel from last year?  Well they just got some competition from a new company named HzO. The HzO coating is called WaterBlock and claims...