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  1. #1
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    Waterproofing your slash

    Has anybody tried applying ultra ever dry to your rc? The super hydrophobic stuff that will not let water or dirt on. Seems like a good idea to put on non waterproof esc and stuff. Think about completely submerging underwater and driving !

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    Theres a couple products by a company called Blaster that I use that keep dirt and other material from sticking for the most part. Picked it up at Lowes or Home Depot. Can't remember.
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    Hmmm, I have the stuff sitting in my garage. I used it on a pair of boots once. There are a few draw backs to it:
    1. It dries a frost clear color, it made my brown boots look light blue
    2. It's not very scuff resistant so it might no hold up well.

    That being said I may try it on the inside of a body just to cut down on clean up. I use the plastidip spray on my servo seen on ultimate rc's YouTube channel and has been working like a champ.

    Good luck!

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    Hmm never done it but it seems like a good idea. Would really help it keep clean.
    Slash 4x4 built w/ RC4WD PRL RPM STRC TRX and MIP

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    I'd like to try that Ultra Ever Dry. Bit expensive, but if it works great, then its worth the coin. I have dipped mine in corrosionx and totally submerged the circuit board in water while running it.
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