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Water repellent electronics

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Water repellent electronics

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Re: Water repellent electronics

We use something like that to waterproof the sandstone walls of Adair Towers, it works really well.
You just spray  an aqueous solution  containing the nano-particles on to the stone surface. It looks like milk and 1 litre covers about 6 Sq Metres. Leave it to dry and Robert is your Auntie. The nano-particles are sucked into the pores of the stone and provide a water repellent layer. It is not a sealed film, it allows the stone to "breathe" and pass water vapour. There's no change in appearance of the stone which is important in our Grade II listed home in a World Heritage Site.
Now Zen, but a +Net residue.