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24 Responses to Contact Us

  1. bedouin says:

    Hi there,

    I chanced upon your product and think it’s absolutely fabulous. Would there be any chance of a sole right to bring your product into my country and sell it over here? Do you have an email address I can contact you guys at?

    Regards,
    Ken

  2. asdf1243 says:

    I have a tonne of questions that I would very much like to ask about the product, is it possible to get an email to directly contact you guys?

    • Dr BackYard says:

      Please ask here so that other readers and subscribers can benefit from the answers. Just keep in mind that we are NOT the manufacturer nor are we representing the manufacturer. We are bloggers and Internet Marketers. The best place to read more details is to click on the link to buy then read some of the reviews. We can tell you that one of the downsides of the product is that it leaves a milky white film after it dries. Which makes it unsuitable for dark surfaces. Our best selling nano-technology [product is actually found on our http://repelwell.drbackyard.com site. -Doc

  3. Jason says:

    Hi,

    I’m from Singapore, after seeing your product, i’m very interested to bring this product into Singapore to market and sell it to our people, is there anyway i can discuss with you guys more? Hope to hear from you soon!

    • Dr BackYard says:

      Mainly so that other readers and subscribers can benefit from our answer to this most often asked question: “How can I distribute this product in my country?” We are NOT the manufacturer nor are we representing the manufacturer. Distribution is handled by the product manufacturer, not us. We are bloggers and Internet Marketers. The best place to read more details is to click on the link to buy then read some of the reviews. We can tell you that one of the downsides of the product is that it leaves a milky white film after it dries. Which makes it unsuitable for dark surfaces. Our best selling nano-technology product is actually found on our http://repelwell.drbackyard.com site. -Doc

  4. jpringle says:

    Hello I am curious about how this product will affect breathability on fabrics such as goretex and other water repellent fabrics like neoprene, etc. Also, how is the durability once sprayed? Does it hold up well to abrasion, cold temperatures, flexing, folding and stretching? I am asking because I intend to use the product to repair pinhole leaks in my fishing waders. Thank you.

    • Dr BackYard says:

      Neverwet will work on fabrics, but RepelWell (http://repelwell.drbackyard.com) does a better job on breathe-able fabrics and does not leave a milky film. For the other items you mentioned, just be sure that the color change is acceptable and it will work for you. It doesn’t east forever and you will be reapplying at some point depending on how often you use the items.

  5. ratsack says:

    Hi Guys.
    This product looks great,
    I just want to know if this can be put on to vehicle paintwork and windscreens. mainly for bugs and road grime.
    I look forward to your reply

    • Dr BackYard says:

      Due to the milky film it leaves, I would not recommend this for cars. Windscreens are fine if you can accept the slight color change it causes. I highly recommend repelewell instead. See it at http://repelwell.drbackyard.com.

      • ratsack says:

        Hi
        Thanks for your reply.
        I will have a look at the product you mentioned
        Are you recommending that product for the paintwork?
        Also my vehicle is white in colour anyway, now knowing that
        Would you still recommend I do not use it on my vehicle ?

      • ratsack says:

        Hi again

        It appears that the product you suggested is for fabric
        Are you saying that this could be used for my vehicle
        For the application I mentioned earlier ?

        I look forward to your reply

        • Dr BackYard says:

          The neverwet product can be used on solid surfaces as long as you know there will be some milky film. It’s great on home siding and things that the milky appearance will not show as much. White may or may not show i as much. Personally I would not use it on my car paint. On my car seats, yes. But I recommend the RepelWell (http://drbackyard.com/go/repelwell) product for any porous fabrics because it leaves n film and it is a breathable (meaning it lets air though) but keeps water out.

        • Dr BackYard says:

          To be clear, I would not use either product on car painted surfaces. If you’re looking to have water bead up, I would use the car waxes intended for that purpose.

  6. ratsack says:

    Hello again

    Thank you again for taking the time to reply.
    You have cleared that up for me.
    I just got a little confused when you recommended the other product
    After leaving my question regarding the vehicle paintwork

    Thanks again

  7. Noodles02 says:

    If i coated my car would i never have to wash it again? How about just the windsheild?

    What about coating the underside of ski’s or a snowboard? Would it make u super fast?

    Or applying it to the hull of a competition sailing boat? Would the break the rules of fair competition?

  8. ratsack says:

    Hi again

    What product can you recommend for the windscreen and paint
    Mainly for the windscreen as where I live, bugs are a real problem
    I use rain-x and have used raincoat.
    I would love a product similar to the ones you have demonstrated

    I look forward to your feedback

  9. ratsack says:

    Thanks again for your time in answering my questions
    It is very much appreciated
    I will look into the product you suggested

    Should that product be avoided for paintwork also ?

    Thanks again

    Darren

  10. ratsack says:

    Hi
    Once again I thank you for your input, I know that repell well is not your product
    But can you tell me if it also leases a milky film ?
    If you can’t I totally understand.
    The milky film it leaves is that a constant or if you use a little less will the milky film be a little less obvious ?
    I saw a clip on YouTube with a demo and the guy said the film was really visible because he used too much.
    I think that that the answer to that question is best coming from you
    As you know the product better than anyone else

    Sorry for all the questions, it is just as I Amon the other side of the world I want to get as much info prior to buying the product

    Cheers

    Darren

    • Dr BackYard says:

      RepelWell does not leave any film at all on any of the fabrics I’ve tried it on. The milky film using NeverWet is proportional to the amount you spray on, however, you have to spray enough on for the product to work. According to the product’s included instructions, you have to use a certain amount for the product to work. At those amounts, it will leave a film.

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