Nanotech fabric protector, SealDry, will take away the worry about spills or rain on extended traveling.
SealDry is a superhydrophobic fabric protector that makes fabric repel liquid instead of absorbing it.
This Nanotech Fabric Protector is launching today with an Indiegogo campaign. SealDry is a spray that coats fabric with nanoparticles 600 times smaller than the diameter of a single human hair. These nanoparticles create an invisible barrier that causes liquids to bead up and roll off of fabric, rather than absorb into it. Clothes, shoes, outdoors gear and anything else made of fabric or leather can be protected against spills and rain.
SealDry is the first product of its kind to be launched using crowdfunding. Company Founder John Douglas thinks it is the perfect way to begin rolling out such an innovative product:
“We’ve spent a long time developing SealDry for consumers. We’ve tested in the lab and now we need consumers to try it out in their homes and let us know how it fits into their everyday lives. We decided to launch on Indiegogo because we wanted to go right where consumers are looking for exciting new products and technologies to try first.”
For the next 46 days, Indiegogo will be the first and only place that SealDry is available. Upon successful funding, SealDry will begin fulfillment in 2014. SealDry can be found on Indiegogo.
SealDry is a team of entrepreneurs and scientists developing superhydrophobic coatings for the consumer market. Focused on creating effective and easy-to-use products, SealDry is working to solve life’s everyday problems with nanotechnology.