AMAZING VIDEO: This new water-resistant technology is the weirdest thing you’ll see today

One of the most potentially useful and practical inventions we’ve seen in a long time has just hit shelves in the U.S.

Ross Nanotechnology, the developer of NeverWet, is now distributing their latest product that stops water, ice, and most other liquids from sticking to just about any surface.

Watching the product in action is truly a bizarre sight. If it’s really as good as it seems, things like water damage to iPhones, wet pants after bathroom sink mishaps, or rain-soaked Vans tennis shoes could be a thing of the past.  

But before you think we’re endorsing a product, there are still many unanswered questions, such as:

1. How much cancer does this stuff cause?

2. What happens if you inadvertently spray this crap in your eyes?

Anyway, check it out:

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    November 11, 2013 at 10:56 am

    This product cannot be used on fabrics and on any surface it fails once touched. In summary, its primary use seems to be to demonstrate how it works just after application. It is not durable at all. I cannot think of any real world application.
    See YouTube videos on how it fails.

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