NeverWet Spray is Superhydrophobic

Superhydrophobic: Repelling water to the degree that droplets do not flatten but roll off instead.

Only a few surfaces exhibit the hydrophobic let alone superhydrophobic phenomenon but the people at Ross Nanotechnologies have come up with a spray-on-can of superhydrophobic goodness. Here is a video that explains and demonstrates what the new spray can do:

With around 16 patents pending, manufacturers of shoes, electronics etc leaning for use licence, winning prizes at every exhibition, NeverWet is on its way to becoming a great product for the market.

Water drops on surface that was treated with Neverwet.

Source: Lancaster Online

Official Site: Ross Nanotechnologies –

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Zaid Pirwani

Co-Founder and Design Engineer at EjaadTech + MS Student (Applied Power and Control) + Graduate Teaching Fellow at PAF KIET + Teaching C/C++ at PAF KIET + Industrial Electronics Engineer from IIEE-PCSIR + all round Computer/Electronics Geek

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