NeverWet Faqs



  • 1.

    How abrasion resistant is Rust-Oleum NeverWet?

    Rust-Oleum NeverWet is resistant to normal wear and tear; however, with excessive abrasion or if applied to a walking surface, the superhydrophobic properties will be quickly diminished. In many situations, the superhydrophobic action may be reduced, but the remaining Top Coat and Base Coat still provide protection to the coated surface.

    Superhydrophobicity can be restored by scuff sanding the object to remove the residual Top Coat, and then recoating the object with Base Coat and Top Coat
  • 2.

    Are coated items “breathable”?

    The breath-ability of a coated item is dependent on how heavy the Base Coat is applied.

    The lighter the Base Coat, the more breathable the item will be. If a continuous, heavy film is applied, the surface will not be breathable.

  • 3.

    Can NeverWet be used on electronics?

    No, NeverWet should not be used on electronics.
  • 4.

    Can NeverWet be recoated?

    If the superhydrophobic properties are diminished, NeverWet can be reapplied. Lightly sand the surface of the coated object to remove any remaining Top Coat, and then reapply the Base and Top Coat according to the directions on the previous page.

  • 5.

    Can NeverWet be removed?

    Yes. If you desire to remove NeverWet completely, it can be removed by first sanding and then wiping the treated object with Xylol or mineral spirits.