The first part of the video has designer cloths made from a spay can. But what I found interesting was the possible medical applications this product
could provide; much better than say a bottle of liquid bandage..
If you sprayed a suit on, going to the bathroom might present a problem but nothing that could not be handled by a can of Fabrican. Actually a zipper
that stuck or was held to the body during application of Fabrican that had a flap over the zipper might work. For those who can view the video enjoy;
there may be a big future with this product in many different areas from battle field dressings to ??
Wow. He said it won't burn, so I could see it in furniture fabrics, fabric repairs, mattress coverings.
I also I can think of a few articles of clothing I've had to throw out, so if affordable, I like the part where if you stain it and it won't come
clean, it can be dissolved and re-formed. It just seems to have so many possibilities. However the price will determine just who gets to use it.
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