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Pretty amazing! Regarding riding gear, I wonder if it will breathe.

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Pretty amazing! Regarding riding gear, I wonder if it will breathe.
My Jacket has zippered vents, so breathing isn't an issue for me.
But I would also do my riding boots.
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Dang!!! Spray your bike with this stuff and never have to wash it again!


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Re: Cool stuff, I may try it for re-sealing my riding gear.

I was thinking: Spray it on the bottom of my boat, and it would go faster! If I could keep it from bouncing out of the water.

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Re: Cool stuff, I may try it for re-sealing my riding gear.

Total of $149.00 for 2 quarts, one each top and bottom coat.

Sounds like it won't last long, might have to drive that boat slooow.

Ultra-Ever DryŽ is a durable coating that exhibit superhydrophobicity
and superoloephobicity. After curing the coatings will
repel water mixtures and refined oil. Cleaning of the surface
should be performed using low pressure water spray. The surface
should demonstrate self cleaning properties under these
conditions. Dust and dirt should rinse off easily. The surface
will remain completely dry. The surface will lose it properties if
treated with detergents, soap, some solvents or high pressure
water. Due to the natural oils in the skin, excessive handling
with bare hands of treated materials can cause a reduction in
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