So the Good Morning Tri-State crew put it to the test for Try-It-Out Tuesday.
NeverWet is a two-part "hydrophobic" coating process that promises to repel water from just about any surface, including metal, wood, fabric - even concrete. Online demonstrations show it working on cell phones, toilet brushes and clothing.
We tried it on outdoor cushions that weren't water repellent.
NeverWet comes with two cans - you spray the first can, wait 30 minutes and spray the second.
It worked as promised: water beaded up and rolled right off the chair. It did make the surface of the cushion a bit rough, though.
We also tried it on a cardboard box and the water didn't soak through, it just rolled around inside.
Online reviews say sunlight can cause a white haze to appear on some surfaces. But our testers approve.
As always, this is an unscientific test with unscientific results.
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