Wet Block hd is a high-performing, water-repellent spray that keeps any surface dry. Using super hydrophobic nano-technology which top research scientists developed for the us military, Wet Block hd literally blocks the wet away; you can see water rolling off of it. It’s very easy to use. Spray Wet Block hd on the surface you want protected, let it dry and you’ll have the confidence that it will repel anything that’s wet. Use it indoors and outdoors, on concrete, nylon, wood, tiles, metal paper, plastic, masonry and more. With just one simple spray, you’ll be able to keep what you want dry.
Constant exposure to water causes damage to certain surfaces. It brings dirt and causes rust, too. There are similar products to Wet Block hd, but most of them require multiple coats from several cans. With Wet Block hd, all you need is one can, spray it on clean and dry surface and in mere minutes, the treated surface is water-proof. Wet Block hd is anti-corrosive too, so it prevents rust from developing. The frosted surface tells you it’s working. Treated surfaces are self-cleaning and resistant to ice build-up. Use Wet Block hd on many things around the home, the office, at play, in your vehicles and anywhere else that you need to keep dry.
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How It Works
Wet Block is a spray-on water repellant that can be used on all kinds of solid surfaces. It works by virtue of hydrophobic nanotechnology, which was originally developed by scientists for use with united states military operations. If you spray the substance onto concrete, nylon, wood, tile, metal, paper, or plastic, it immediately removes any wetness and also creates a protective coating that guards against future wetness, plus rust and ice buildup. When water hits a sprayed surface, it just bounces off instead of sticking. One spray of Wet Block will protect a surface for an infinite amount of time, so that you dont need to spray the same thing again and again.
- Siding And Doors
- Indoor Walls And Furniture
If youre going on a camping trip, you can spray your eating and sleeping tents with Wet Block before you go, so they dont get soaked if it rains.
Wet Block can be used to spray different parts of your boat so that the only part that gets wet is the part that is actually moving through the water.
You can protect your tools, including power tools, from water damage by spraying them with Wet Block. It will also prevent ice from building up on them if you live in an area with harsh winters, and protect them from rust.
Wet Block will also make your homes siding and outside doors, including your garage door, immune from water, ice and rust damage.
Prevent the walls and furniture inside your house, especially those in your kitchen and bathroom, from undergoing damage due to being splashed with water.
Wet Block will effectively protect any vehicles, including bicycles, from rust damage. Plus, if you have a live-in vehicle like an rv, you can spray surfaces on the inside and outside as you would at your house.
If youre going to be walking in the rain, especially if you have to go through muddy areas, spray your shoes with Wet Block beforehand to prevent wet feet.
- Quick And Easy
- Non-toxic When Dry
Wet Block is very simple to use. All you need to do is spray one spray on your chosen surface. After it dries, it will protect that surface from water ( including ice ) and rust indefinitely.
After Wet Block has dried on a surface, its toxicity level is nil, so the coating it creates will not cause harm to people or the environment.
How its Different from Competitors
Wet Block is much more efficient than many other water repellants. With many systems that protect against wetness and water damage, you need to spray a surface with multiple substances from multiple cans, but with Wet Block, you only need the one can. Plus, some of these other systems require multiple applications of a product or products, while Wet Block requires only one application for permanent results.
The Wet Block infomercial shows two pieces of cement being dunked in a murky liquid. While the cement piece thats been coated in Wet Block remains completely dry throughout the dunking, the piece that hasnt been coated picks up a great deal of liquid.
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