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Repel with Liquipel.

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It’s about to be 2013 and anyone who watched television 20 years ago is fully aware that we should be piloting flying cars by now. To add to insult, not only are we unable to pilot our own flying cars, we can’t even text while showering!

Photo Courtesy of Liquipel. (Click to Purchase.)

But thanks to the folks at Liquipel, only the latter half of that previous statement was untrue. Through the miracle of nano-technology, you can drop your phone into as many bar toilets as you please. Liquipel is a southern California based company that has specialized in researching and developing innovative coatings for the past five years.

Photo Courtesy of Liquipel. (Click to Purchase.)

How Does It Work?:

The Nano-Coating is applied though a propriety process. This process starts by placing devices into the chamber of the Liquipel™ Machine. The Machine then removes all the air to create a vacuum, a special formula is then introduced as a vapor. The vapor then permeates the entire device inside and out, Liquipel™ then bonds to the device on a molecular level, leaving your device watersafe™ for years to come.

 

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