Rust-Oleum NeverWet Fabric
Rust-Oleum NeverWet Fabric is a one-step, superhydrophobic, water repelling treatment designed to keep items dry longer. Goes on clear and causes water to bead up and roll off treated gear.
- One-step (versus the original two-step NeverWet)
- Clear (versus the cloudy haze of the original NeverWet)
- Water has little chance to soak in
- Quick and easy to apply
- Not permanent, but I'm not aware of a treatment that is
I had tried the original Rust-Oleum NeverWet that comes in a two-can, two-step spray can form factor on some gear and while it worked great, it dried to an unsightly cloudy haze. Now Rust-Oleum has introduced NeverWet Fabric aimed at the outdoor furniture market. Having recently enjoyed a leaky tent on a rainy weekend trip, I decided to re-seam seal the tent and try NeverWet Fabric.
As advertised, it goes on clear with no haze and took five to ten minutes to apply to my two-person tent. One bottle was enough to treat my tent with perhaps enough left over to treat a jacket. I applied it to the entire fly and the nylon "skirt" area of the tent itself and let it dry overnight.
I tested it with my garden hose and water immediately beads up and rolls off the tent with no opportunity to soak in. Time will tell how long the treatment lasts.
I found it in the outdoor furniture department at Lowe's.
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: About $15
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