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Practical water repellent foam foam

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Placing surfaces of various types of material with additional characteristics will help ordinary foam, or rather the protective film made on its basis. Thanks to the transparent liquid applied on different surfaces, they cease to absorb moisture.

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The recipe for the treatment solution is extremely simple: you just need to melt a sufficient amount of foam in a solvent.

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Upon contact with the solvent, the foam literally melts before your eyes.

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The foam should be added gradually until it begins to dissolve poorly. The liquid in the tank at this point will be slightly thickish.

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The resulting solution is applied to the surface with a conventional brush. After drying, it turns into a protective film that visually resembles mica. Transparent and smooth, it, unlike varnish, does not cease to be elastic.

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It is possible to cover with such a film paper, cement, wood and even metal.

The transition from the treated to the untreated surface is clearly visible on the tree.

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Drops are collected from above, but do not penetrate.

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And this is what a treated metal pillar looks like after six months of operation on the street.

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Read more about the nuances of processing different types of surfaces in the video:

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