Spray what you like, the gad­get’s safe

Midweek Sport - - TV GUIDE -

BOFFINS have in­vented a new spray that prom­ises to wa­ter­proof any gad­get, in­clud­ing ipads, smart­phones and lap­tops.

The Nev­er­wet coat­ing, which is said to use ‘su­per­hy­dropho­bic nano tech­nol­ogy’, means your favourite bit of kit will still work even if you drop it down the toi­let or ac­ci­den­tally fall into a canal while drunk.

And the mak­ers say touch­screens will work even when the elec­tri­cal item is com­pletely sub­merged un­der water!

A spokesman for Nev­er­wet said: “Any ob­ject coated lit­er­ally can­not be touched by liq­uid.

“Any liq­uid placed on this coat­ing is re­pelled and sim­ply rolls off with­out touch­ing the un­der­ly­ing sur­face.”

The coat­ing is due to be re­leased next year, at a to-be-con­firmed cost.

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