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These Pavement Games Only Appear When it Rains

NeverWet is a water-repellent spray that can basically keep anything dry. It's cool, if not the most practical thing in the world. But apply it to a pavement, let it rain, and magical things start to happen. Read More >>

NeverWet’s Clear Water-Repelling Spray: Less Magic, More Wet

When we tried the first iteration of Rustoleum's seemingly magic, liquid-repelling spray, we were actually pretty damn impressed—water beading off toilet paper rolls! Now, though, NeverWet's come out with a version that doesn't leave a gross residue. And while this new NeverWet may indeed be less sticky, it is a hell of a lot more wet. Read More >>

Magical NeverWet Street Art Only Appears When It Rains

Remember NeverWet, that incredibly amazing spray-on substance that keeps things from getting wet? Turns out it's great for making street art that stays invisible until it rains. Read More >>

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Neverwet’s Waterproof Magic Turns Circuit Boards into Submarines

We already know the great things that can happen with water repelling magic, but the folks over at Adafruit took it a step further and risked a little electrocution. But the result, submersible circuit boards, is definitely cool enough to be worth the trouble. Read More >>

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Watch This Superhydrophobic Coating Repel Chocolate Syrup And Save Us Future Embarrassments

Water and electronics are not good bedfellows, but a new silicon-based sprayable coating that makes gadgets completely waterproof has me even more excited for its other applications. Like making clothing impervious to food stains, as demonstrated in this video. Read More >>