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Teflon-coated car

A Teflon coating for cars
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If my car was covered in Teflon, it would be easier to remove bird crap and the sticky stuff that drops from the trees outside my house from it.

(Note 1: The technology of sticking Teflon onto frying pans seems to have improved a lot over the last 20 years. They don't peel or flake any more, and they're a lot cheaper. So, coating a car shouldn't be impossible.)

(Note 2: Honest, I thought of this idea all by myself. However I do acknowledge Steve deGroof's prior art. See link.)
hippo, Nov 26 2001

Anti-Parking Ticket Sticker http://www.halfbake...20Sticker#998767839
[hippo, Nov 26 2001, last modified Oct 05 2004]

Teflon wax. http://www.google.c...itesearch=&safe=off
Been around for years. Go nuts. [StarChaser, Nov 26 2001, last modified Oct 21 2004]

Warning about Teflon wax http://www.executiv...r.com/tech_info.htm
[hippo, Nov 27 2001, last modified Oct 05 2004]

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       You could also fry bacon and eggs on the bonnet without the usual sticking problem.
arora, Nov 26 2001
  

       Stainless steel car. The technology for colouring it also exists. The finish should be better.
neelandan, Nov 26 2001
  

       <ob reply>And why doesn't superglue stick to the inside of the tube?</ob reply>
hippo, Nov 27 2001
  

       all while we drive on parkways and park on driveways.
tkeyser, Nov 27 2001
  

       ooooh. Girls, imagine getting Teflon-waxed. Horrid.
lewisgirl, Nov 27 2001
  
      
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