posted on Feb, 2 2010 @ 05:34 PM
Wow, this is cool.
First application that came to mind is treating all 2X4s with it. Or all building materials in general.
Your house would never develop mold problems.
Termites couldn't harm your house either.
Maintenance in general would be drastically reduced.
Next application that comes to mind is spraying my car with it.
All I would need is to rinse it off. A garden hose would do just fine and you wash your car in ... What? ... A minute?
But the applications would reach literally every aspect of our lives.
Especially in the medical field.
As far as it being toxic to breathe, I think you would need to be careful when applying it, but once it bonded, it would be quite safe.
Even if injested, I think it would be passed as number deuce and you would never notice it.
But that is just me guessing, obviously. Hopefully thorough research is done on this aspect of it.
In places that are prone to heavy snow, you could pretreat the roads with it and the snow would just slide off the roads. Same with sidewalks.
They say it is breathable. I wonder *how* breathable it is. Could it spray it on my person and go without a proper shower for a month?
Edit to add - I've always hated splinters.
[edit on 2-2-2010 by JayinAR]