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Comments on Liquid Glass Universal Spray-On Protectant
This unique spray-on coating creates a flexible protective barrier that can be used on almost anything. (Read the complete story)

"Wow. Fascinating. Though, if I spray my hand or arm on accident, can I get it to come off easily?"
(Jake 2/5/2010 1:46:29 PM)
"I'm sure parents will read this to see if their children might be made easier to clean. If you can spray it on fabric, you should be able to spray it on yourself and still be flexible. However, skin is (and must remain) porous, otherwise you'll die. So, I'm guessing that you shouldn't use it on yourself, at least not on your entire body."
(Bill Christensen 2/6/2010 12:18:19 PM)
"The idea that blocking the pores on your skin can kill you was disproved by the MythBusters, as I recall."
(Robert 2/12/2010 2:31:12 AM)
"Hmm... I don't think it would be a good idea to keep yourself from perspiring in the summer, for example."
(Bill Christensen 2/12/2010 4:56:21 AM)
"Wouldn't SiO2 be bad for you in powdered form, when it begins to slough off of everything you spray it on in your house? What binds this stuff to the surface?"
(duG 2/12/2010 2:20:59 PM)

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