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Discussion in 'Canvas / Awnings / Add a Rooms / Tarps / Tents' started by Deskpilot, Jun 26, 2013.
It's on the way!!!!
Science is cool
This stuff is DA BOMB!! One of hubbies co-workers got hold of some and they've been putting it on everything that won't run away from them! No, I don't know where he got it, but I know he made a trip to NY recently??
I wonder if you could use it on PuP canvas!! Man, can you imagine packing up after a rain and only having to wipe the plastic windows?? That would be righteous!!
WHOA! My wife would LOVE to put that on my youngest's clothes!!
If every PUP and tent camper used the appropriate application / ft(2), the company can probably turn a profit in VERY SHORT order
Oh lawdy yes!!!
Ya beat me to it!
It's already available. You can get it at online at Homedepot.com or specifically thyis link.
If anyone tries it on their PUP post the results.
im buying some... AND buying stock options
I'd love to try it on the pup, but didn't it say it has a rough finish?
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Sounds and looks great...but degrades with handling!
From its description it sounds like PTFE (Teflon)?!
I can see a million applications for this. I want it for my son who is a mud magnet.
I do wonder how safe the chemicals are though.
I guess I'm heading to Home Depot this weekend! That looks awesome!
They do say it leaves a "slightly frosted finish" which is probably why the textiles tested were all white.
My question is how will it stand up to being folded multiple times up on canvas? The CEO seemed pretty stiff in the demo, the shirt didn't move as they were dumping all that stuff on it.
If applied to the screen, would it fill in all the holes?
This stuff looks awesome, but I don't think want to be the first to try it on my pup. I'll wait for another brave soul!
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It won't do well as the literature states!
I soooo want this for the PUP among many other things!!!
I'm kind of in the " I'll wait and see mode" or " if it looks too good to be true, it probably is "... probably come to Canada in a couple of years.. lol
Oh, not to have wet canvas! That would be a dream.
this looks perfect for the convertible top on my car. It's 10 years old now and leaks a little. I'll be putting this on my project list.