NeverWet is a recently released super hydrophobic coating that just hit the shelves in the U.S. NeverWet claims that its uses include everything from completely waterproofing your shoes to keeping shirts from getting dirty after multiple lab assistants spend several minutes pouring mustard on them (see above). But that's just the beginning of how people will use this possibly magical product. Here are some better, more exciting uses for this Rust-Oleum's new waterproofing spray:



Most Innovative Uses for NeverWet


Towels and sponges: we use them to dry things. Their usefulness as products is completely reliant on their ability to absorb water. Apply a few hefty doses of NeverWet and you've got 100% non-functioning towels and sponges! You might be asking yourself, "why would I intentionally ruin my towels and sponges?"


Most Innovative Uses for NeverWet


Pasta is the kind of food that's either cooked well or not cooked well at all, kind of like most other foods. One issue you might run into when making pasta is that it comes out too soggy. Well there's an easy solution to that, apply NeverWet to your pasta! The water will literally bead off of the individual pieces of pasta, leaving you with a hot, dry meal that's will leave you calling poison control almost immediately.


Most Innovative Uses for NeverWet


Have you ever tried spraying pam on the bottom of your skis to go faster? Considering the fact that you are reading this, it is safe to assume you haven't, as you are not (currently) dead. Applying NeverWet to your skis would be kind of like that, except impossibly more dangerous. Expect speeds up to however much it will take to kill you on your first run.


Most Innovative Uses for NeverWet


You're a Jewish slave in Ancient Egypt, and you had a baby which you know was a big no-no under the Pharaoh's law. Your options are a. attempt to raise the baby in secret and care for your newborn son or b. put that baby in a basket and throw it down the one of the largest rivers on Earth! Obviously, you go with river. But your number one worry is that the baby might get a rash from the river's moisture, so it's best for you to coat your baby entirely in NeverWet to keep it cozy, comfortable, and severely dehydrated.


Most Innovative Uses for NeverWet Super Hydrophobic Coating


Are you or a loved one fighting for civil rights, democracy, or maybe for a new Chipotle at a reasonable distance from your house? Chances are you're going to get sprayed by the police with a fire hose, and the worst thing about that is getting your clothes and hair wet. You and your rioting friends can apply NeverWet to your shirts, pants, socks, hair, and skin to walk away from the tyranny of the police without ruining your nice Sunday protesting clothes.