So I bought some NeverWet a few days ago because I saw it online and was amazed by how it worked. I've only tested it on a few things so far (it takes 2 coats and each takes 30 min to dry ), and its been pretty sweet so far. You really gotta use it right for it to work though (use enough, wait the right amount of time, spray at the all angles if used on fabric, etc...). I've heard a lot of talk about people considering using it on cars, so I thought since I just took a junk fender off my car, test it out and show you guys how it worked and what it looked like. For now, all I have it pictures of it applied (video is now up). But here it is on the fender:
I did it on a Cactus Green Audi paint color, taped off half the fender. The right side is the NeverWet.
Taped off one half during the painting
Makes everything matte color. Its like frosty looking. Maybe if you had a matte white car, it'd look okay, but on gloss paint, not so much haha. It works like crazy though. This is just part of my post, I will finish, and update this original post tomorrow with a video and probably some more tests. Probably put ketchup or chocolate syrup on it too. Maybe some mud, not sure yet. Let me know if you want me to try some reasonable. Be back tomorrow!
And if you aren't familiar: