I was on a website the other day (the chive) and saw a video about some water proofing spray that works on "anything". It is called Never Wet. The videos look like it is the real deal but before I go out and buy some I wanted to see I anyone else has done something similar to the interior of their Jeep.
I attached the link to the site. But you can buy it at Home Depot.
I heard it leaves a frosty haze after it has been applied. If they ever come up with a clear one I would coat the hole jeep.
Thats what your clearcoat is for :p
06-20-2013 09:25 AM
I could see this being useful on the underneath side of a Jeep. I might consider this for a frame coating. I'm not to concerned about the color of it.
06-20-2013 10:14 AM
I went to Home Depot yesterday to get some, just to play with it and see what uses I can get out of it. But they didn't have it yet. I think it's only in a few stores now, and they'll roll it out to all stores in July sometime. I'm thinking it could work great in parts of the engine bay
06-20-2013 10:19 AM
Well I appreciate all the insight. I definitely don't want to put anything on the interior that will produce an off color when it dries. Anyone know of anything else?
And that Never Wet stuff is pretty crazy.
06-20-2013 10:23 AM
06-20-2013 10:25 AM
My concern is how long does it last. I could see spraying this on the seats, engine and underbody, but only if it lasts for a while.
06-20-2013 11:28 AM
Would make cleaning the under body less tedious
06-20-2013 04:59 PM
If you want a cheap solution to keeping the undercarriage cleaner while you wheel, spray it down with WD-40 before you hit the trails. Mud will not stick to anything you spray it on. Only downside is you have to keep applying it but it does work. I sprayed mine down and then drove through some crazy mud holes. Nothing stuck.