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I tried putting some of this on cheap bar clamps from Harbor Freight. I didn't have to scrape any glue off, it all just came off.
 

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Interesting! I put Never Wet on a denim apron. TB-III sticks to the apron just fine.

I'll try on the clamps.
 

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Interesting! I put Never Wet on a denim apron. TB-III sticks to the apron just fine.

I'll try on the clamps.
Really that eould be the first thing I've seen that stuck to it.

Nothing personal but did you get a good cote on the right way?

Did you try a second time?
 

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Interesting! I put Never Wet on a denim apron. TB-III sticks to the apron just fine.

I'll try on the clamps.
I used TB II. Maybe thats why. I tried using the stuff as waterproof on my boots. I work with animals and the urine destroyed the stuff pretty quick. From what I can tell talking to people, the stuff is great initially but wears out pretty quick. On the clamps I also let the glue dry and it pretty much peeled off without scraping.
 

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Sounds good but put a finish on a scrap piece of wood after clamping a board on your clamps and see if it fisheyes. Let us know the results. The Never Wet is made from silicone.
 

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I take back my initial post. After several uses the glue seems to stick better than if it were untreated. As a whole, I am underwhelmed by Nev R Wet.
 

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Nev r wet?

HI!
We havn't heard of Neverwet :thumbdown:!
What did we miss? What is it's function?
Hoping someone out there will be kind enough to enlighten us :huh:!
Best,
Marena and Vinny
 

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It's a super water proofer from rust oleum. It works well for about ten minutes.
 

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when I'm concerned about things sticking where they shouldn't, I just use clear packing tape - although silicone glue brushes work pretty good at not sticking to glue, so who knows
 
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