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    This is incredible!

    THIS IS INCREDIBLE!



    Remember WD-40? This is WD-41, check it out.

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    Really neat!
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    Wonder where you can get this?

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    Really cool.

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    Cool! I need to spray this down my front for eating out!!! LOL!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joyce blint View Post
    Cool! I need to spray this down my front for eating out!!! LOL!!!
    Ahh the bibs we will save. lol

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    Fantastic, That would be so neat on a kitchen floor or on carpeting, spills would wipe right up and not leave a stain if this stuff came in a clear coating. Just think of all the work you could save when cleaning house! I always like to think of ways to save when cleaning house.
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    Quote Originally Posted by joyce blint View Post
    Cool! I need to spray this down my front for eating out!!! LOL!!!
    Me too! My friends tell me I look good in everything I eat!
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    I'm wondering why they don't coat cars with this.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joyce blint View Post
    Cool! I need to spray this down my front for eating out!!! LOL!!!
    You are hilarious!! I have a friend with a "large chest" that complains about this all the time. I can think of so many uses..let's start with pots and pans--and dishes (haha), windows?, floors? (you can see I try to avoid housework)...how about never having to wash a car again? Millions of possibilities. Thank you, Ditter--that was really neat!

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    Quote Originally Posted by joyce blint View Post
    Cool! I need to spray this down my front for eating out!!! LOL!!!
    I was thinking the same thing, I'm on the chesty side and always have spots on my tops after a few wearings. Hmmm....wonder if I could dip my clothes in it? probably not, but an interesting idea.

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    Me too!
    Quote Originally Posted by joyce blint View Post
    Cool! I need to spray this down my front for eating out!!! LOL!!!
    Maybe I should get some, re-stain my deck then treat it with that stuff!!!!! I sure do get sick of doing it every year!

    I'll try not to think how that will turn biodegradables in to NON-biodegradables and what it will do to the environment over the years....

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    Thanks Ditter! I work in the construction industry and it sounds like something my guys might want to use!

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    This is pretty cool stuff. I wonder how much it costs. Can I use it on my rain gutters? Yeah! I like the idea of the front of me.

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    This stuff looks great, would be nice rain proofing on windshields, maybe even keep road spray off cars. I wonder if it stains or yellows -- waterproofed mug rugs!
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    Very Pricy, 1 qt. of under coat is $63.00 and top coat is $106.00. $84. per qt. platinum must be.

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    2 gallons end up $261.23 per gal. $172.46 under coqat and $350. top coat.

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    Tks Ditter for posting that. That stuff looks incredible !!
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    For a mere $2010.00 I could coat my 26'x42" garage floor Guess I'll have to pass.

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    I wonder if you could use it on windows, and if it would stop the hard water stains.

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    Don't know what that stuff is but sure could use it!

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    Really cool but looks uber toxic!
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    This stuff is already being used in industry. There is another made for food containers. No wasted food left in vats, tankers, pipes, etc. I hope it is safe. Nothing we can do about it anyway since the media hasn't said a word about it. Nanotechnology will change our way of life dramatically. Don't want a green wall, zap it and it will be blue. Amazing what is being done in private research labs that no one ever hears about.
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    Whoa! It's amazing all right, but I hope they've done some safety testing and that people will not use it or store it carelessly. Can you imagine what it would do to lungs or stomachs?
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