Two increbilbe products with similar attributes. Southern CA based, Liquipel claims it has perfected a process in which it can completely waterproof your phone, and potentially a limitless list of other products and materials. The way they are able to achieve this is through a process where they use a specialized coating in the form of a vapor. 'We put the device in a chamber, fill it with the vapor where it bonds at the molecular level to protect the phone. Since vapor is so small, when the process is finished you can’t see or detect the coating, which makes it perfect for phones.' If this is as real as it sounds/looks, Liquipel is on to some revolutionary business. As of now, it's $59, and you have to send your phone into them for them to coat it. Check the video below, and their website for more info.

 

 

 

 

 

Initially Ross Technology Corp developed a byproduct, NeverWet to stop their steel products from corroding. Ross engineers knew that metals corrodes when it comes in contact with water, so they created a silicon-based spray that when applied to a number of different surfaces/materials would create a superhydrophoic coating. Meaning, completely waterproof. They are still in the process of making this a consumer product, but check out more here, pretty promising...