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Old 06-26-2013, 05:28 PM   #15
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I wonder if one can spray fiberglass, imagine no more bugs or black streaks????
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Old 06-26-2013, 05:54 PM   #16
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That product was posted on another forum I peruse a few days ago. Lots of 'ingenious' uses were suggested.

Some really good ones too. It does have some merit. Not sure where it is sold in Canada, or even if available here. I understand it is at the BORG in the US.
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Old 06-26-2013, 06:52 PM   #18
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It's been posted on some of the Facebook pages I follow, for the past week or so. I wonder if when a fabric is bent or folded if the stuff would crack? Thinking coats and athletic shoes. If it works as well as the video shows, it will be terrific for those DIY awnings and fabrics of their choice.... or cushion fabrics. Can you imagine... no more stains! Oh, and Rat Fur and carpeting!!

Hummmm, wonder if it contains silicone?
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Old 06-26-2013, 07:05 PM   #19
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I think its darn amazing. Now I have to start thinking about everything I can use it for. I have questions about flamability and cancer issue raised. I've gotta wonder about any new products like that. But darn, I wish I'd thought of it.
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It says for sale in Home Depot. I havent looked yet. For my Olympic runs next year in swimming I am thinking about dunking my spandex in it. That would be a real speedo.
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On my last camping trip I coated the inside of the toilet bowl with Rain-X. I had seen a treatment for porta-potties that made thing not stick to the bowl and thought it might work. It really did not work as well as expected. This stuff looks really looks slick and may do the job.
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Wonder how it would work on a windshield?
I was thinking the same thing. As I was reading up on it
they said it dries to a grey color. So I'm thinking it would
be like painting the windshield. But nothing would stick to
it. You just wouldn't be able to see through it.
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Thanks for that image of Rain-X in a toilet bowl
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I was thinking the same thing. As I was reading up on it
they said it dries to a grey color. So I'm thinking it would
be like painting the windshield. But nothing would stick to
it. You just wouldn't be able to see through it.

Carl Im not sure.... the iphone screen looked crystal clear. I guess check the packaging, test it on a piece of glass... it could be razer bladed off Im sure. Just a neat idea if the windshield wipers wore out.
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Carl Im not sure.... the iphone screen looked crystal clear. I guess check the packaging, test it on a piece of glass... it could be razer bladed off Im sure. Just a neat idea if the windshield wipers wore out.
You're right, I remember seeing the cell phone in a bucket of water.
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Thanks for that image of Rain-X in a toilet bowl
I'm actually liking that idea a LOT...flushing is a huge water-waster. The slicker the bowl the better!

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I'm actually liking that idea a LOT...flushing is a huge water-waster. The slicker the bowl the better!
Agreed. Despite the inherent humour in anything toilet-related, I think it's a brilliant idea.

I'm going to see if I can find this stuff in Canada anywhere. A bit expensive for covering the whole trailer, but definitely some interesting possibilities.
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I am installing a new black tank and might as well spray the whole inside interior while it is virgin inside. Another member questions if its not carcinogenic so I will use with caution etc. Will get to do a flush test. Would be neat for shower walls. Perhaps in time since they signed a contract with Rustoleum that it will come in colors?
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