Nanotech Coating Repels Water, Mud, Oil and Wet Concrete

An industrial-product video showing the amazing ways Ultra-Ever Dry® uses nanotechnology to waterproof and liquid-proof almost any item is rapidly gaining popularity on YouTube, having received more than 4.3 million views. The Official Ultra-Ever Dry Product Video is close to topping the charts with about 300,000 views per day since Feb. 6.

The latest innovative product offering from UltraTech International, Ultra-Ever Dry is a superhydrophic (water) and oleophobic (hydrocarbons) coating that will completely repel most liquids, including water, mud, oil and wet concrete. The treated vs. untreated, side-by-side comparisons depicted in the video have received “very cool,” “amazing,” and “wow” commentary, along with suggestions for a myriad of uses.

“We are pleasantly overwhelmed but not completely surprised by the response to Ultra-Ever Dry,” Mark Shaw, co-president of UltraTech International said. “It truly is one of those ‘must see it to believe it’ products.”

The coating can be used on nearly any item – machinery and equipment, clothing and shoes, building materials, flooring, concrete products, electronics – to make it instantly repel liquid.

“This is a new product geared toward industrial applications, where anti-wetting, anti-icing, anti-corrosion and self-cleaning is needed,” Shaw adds. “It is sold through UltraTech’s distributors throughout 40 countries worldwide, but it has definitely caught the eye of consumers.”

About Ultra-Ever Dry

Ultra-Ever Dry uses proprietary nanotechnology to spray an object with a coating and create a barrier of air on its surface. This barrier repels water, oil and other liquids unlike any coating seen before. The other breakthrough associated with Ultra-Ever Dry is the use of a bottom coat and a top coat to create better adherence and abrasion resistance than has been seen for this kind of product before. Follow @officialeverdry on Twitter or visit


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