deals3-pk rust-oleum stops rust 18-oz. neverwet multi…

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Bought this before and have had fun playing around with it. It really does repel amazingly. Water bounces off the surface like it's a solid. That haze can make dark items look strange. Used them on black work boots and they turned them into a navy blue after the haze. Also makes shoelaces "sticky". Lesson learned. If they could stop the color change from happening, it'd be an awesome product.

My next goal is to try it out on a couple of wood steps to see how long it repels rain water. Perhaps it'll replace a can of water seal.

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If you apply to fabric, does it stiffen the fabric? Or, for instance, if you put it on shoes, then put the shoe on your foot, does that break up the sealant?

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Read the reviews on Amazon. Sounds like it doesn't last very long; wears off. Leaves a white haze and some complain of the odor. Sounds like it needs more development.

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Oils break it down very easily, and as previously stated, it causes discoloration of whatever you spray it onto. This product is more novel than it is useful. I'm thinking of coating my clothes in it the next time i do a mud run like the warrior dash. i can imagine crawling out of 3 feet of muck just to have it all wick right off would looks pretty badass.

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I work for a commercial maintenance company who charges A RIDICULOUS amount of money to protect furniture. A ton of R&D was spent on different products. probably went through 20 or 30 different products.this was one of them and the discoloring and waxy feel was definitely apparent. The best product we found was 303 high tech fabric guard. with 2 applications, you can totally waterproof a kleenex to where the water beads and still feel exactly the same.

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The instructions say "not intended for...clothing".