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kywildcatfanone
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry



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Nodust
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
Will it repel a shot from a Judge?


aVatiger
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
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Will it repel a shot from a Judge?


only one way to find out


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Yewkindewit
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
I watched the vid several times. I must do more research and buy this since the mud not sticking to the boots really got my ears up!


Helo
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
Wonder if you could put it on your boat dock.
Would be super pricey but the dock would look brand new forever.


wickowick
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
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Wonder if you could put it on your boat dock.
Would be super pricey but the dock would look brand new forever.


I wonder how it holds up to UV light. If little to no effect, that stuff has a huge market. Decks and wood in general, stopping water intrusion to wood would stop rot...


wickowick
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
Found more info: LINK

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Anti-Wetting - The superhydrophobic coating keeps objects dry, water and many other liquids simply repel off.

Anti-Corrosion – Maximum corrosion protection since the superhydrophobic coating ensures water and moisture never actually contact the base material.

Anti-Icing - The superhydrophobic properties of Ultra-Ever dry keeps coated materials completely dry, eliminating the formation of ice.

Anti-Contamination – Dust, dirt, water and other liquids that contain bacteria or radiation never actually contact the surface of the coated material so bacteria and radiation is greatly diminished or eliminated and easy to decontaminate to sterile, if needed.

Self-Cleaning - The Ultra-Ever Dry repels dirty water and thick oils, and remains clean and virtually bacteria-free. When dust, dirt or other molecules accumulate on a superhyrophobic coated surface, a light spray of water or a blast of air grabs the dust and removes it.

Product Life-Extending – Many products fail from moisture, water, oil or simply getting too dirty for continued use. Use Ultra-Ever Dry superhydrophobic coating to extend the life of work gloves and other PPE, electric motors by preventing moisture on the windings, coat nuts and bolts to prevent corrosion, coat tools, equipment, and virtually any item that needs to be kept dry, corrosion free, de-iced, uncontaminated or clean. Save money, provide greater safety and a cleaner work environment.


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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

1. What is the working temperature range for Ultra-Ever Dry SE 7.6.110?
Answer: The working temperature range for the product is from -30°F to 300°F (-34°C to 149°C) once it has been applied. It has been effective at temperatures up to 500°F, but we would recommend further testing for any application that will see temperatures above 300°F (260°C).

2. How long will Ultra-Ever Dry coating last?
Answer: Environmental conditions will affect duration and these can vary. Abrasion is the leading cause of reduction in the superhydrophobic coating’s life. Under non-abrasive, static conditions, you should expect to see many years of outdoor service. Indoor applications will exceed that of outdoor applications.

3. What materials will the Ultra-Every Dry adhere or bond to?
Answer: Almost any material is a candidate for Ultra-Ever Dry application; steel, aluminum, other metals, plastic, leather, fabric, wood, concrete, etc.

4. How abrasion-resistant is Ultra-Ever Dry SE 7.6.110?

Answer: One of the breakthroughs for this product is its abrasion resistance. The proprietary material provides more abrasion resistance than previous superhydrophobic materials, registering a result of 110 on the Tabor Abrasion Method (ASTM D4060-10). If abrasion is a concern, testing is recommended. If the superhydrophobic coating is removed due to abrasion, it can be reapplied by re-spraying.

6. How many square feet or square meters can a gallon of Ultra-Ever Dry cover?
Answer: A gallon of Ultra-Ever Dry will cover 150 – 180 square feet or 14 - 16 square meters.

7. How is Ultra-Ever Dry applied?
Answer: The two-part system (top and bottom coat) is sprayed on using air sprayers, pump sprayers or even finger trigger sprayers. NOTE: Both parts (top and bottom coat) are required for all applications of Ultra-Ever Dry.

8. How long does Ultra-Ever Dry SE 7.6.110 take to cure?

Answer: Generally about 20 - 30 minutes for the bottom coat and 5-10 minutes for the top coat. This can be reduced by applying heat using an oven or an industrial heat gun or blow dryer.


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SpeckHunter
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
Any idea on cost?


34venture
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
High as eagle nuts


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spacewrangler
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
Might work well on my bad boy buggy, 4wheelers and etc.

Thanks for linking, I'll have to order some soon and will report back my findings.


wickowick
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Head of Island
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
My thoughts is if this stuff is as good as advertised then we could see it on tons of stuff in the next couple of years. That should push the price down dramatically...


carrotsticktiger
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Mandeville, Louisiana
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
this is insane


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MrCoachKlein
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CaptSpaulding
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
But, can you use it to build a boat out of screen doors?


MrCoachKlein
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
Even better, it hovers over water and wet roads

Eta: I have to spray the bottom of our tube with this stuff
This post was edited on 2/8 at 8:49 am


AlxTgr
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Member since Oct 2003
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
I want EVERYTHING I own coated in that stuff. Well, everything but my boat dock, as I suspect it would end up being slick as owl shite after a light drizzle.


Helo
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Orlando
Member since Nov 2004
3774 posts

re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
A perfect place would be any seat.
Boat seats, 4 wheeler seat, Duck blind seat etc, park benches, foot ball stadium seats etc.

Nothing like keeping your arse dry.


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carrotsticktiger
LSU Fan
Mandeville, Louisiana
Member since Apr 2012
2037 posts

re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
could i put this on my phone?


MrCoachKlein
USA Fan
Member since Sep 2010
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re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
Babies? Dogs?


carrotsticktiger
LSU Fan
Mandeville, Louisiana
Member since Apr 2012
2037 posts

re: This stuff looks better than Flex Seal: Ultra-Ever Dry
only dogs with collars


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