NeverWet Auto Interior FAQs

NeverWet Auto Interior FAQs

  • 1.

    What textiles can Rust-Oleum NeverWet Auto Interior be used on?

    Rust-Oleum NeverWet Auto Interior works best on leather, cloth, and synthetic and natural fibers. Rust-Oleum recommends testing the product in an inconspicuous area before treating the entire surface.
  • 2.

    Does Rust-Oleum NeverWet Auto Interior dry clear?

    Yes, Rust-Oleum NeverWet Auto Interior dries Crystal Clear. It does not change the appearance or feel of the item.
  • 3.

    How do you apply Rust-Oleum NeverWet Auto Interior?

    NeverWet Auto Interior is applied in a single step using a trigger spray application. NeverWet Auto Interior should be applied outdoors, in a well ventilated area. Be cautious when applying, and open all car doors during application. Spray the coating 12-16” from the surface, ensuring the fabric is thoroughly coated without soaking. NeverWet Auto Interior dries in 4-8 hours; however, for best results we recommend letting dry a full 24 hours before exposing to liquids.
  • 4.

    Is there a recommended temperature during application of NeverWet Auto Interior?

    Apply when the temperature is above 50 degrees Fahrenheit (10 degrees Celsius) and humidity is below 85% to ensure proper drying. Avoid spraying in windy, dusty conditions.
  • 5.

    How does Rust-Oleum NeverWet Auto Interior Work?

    NeverWet Auto Interior penetrates fabric to form a superhydrophobic protective barrier around the individual threads. Treated items are protected from damage caused by water-based liquids. NeverWet Auto Interior is 100% breathable and does not change the original feel of the fabric.