“Invisible Graffiti” Experiment

Inspired by the Graffiti In The Rain article I wrote a few weeks ago, I talked my designer into doing an experiment with me, spray painting one of our ministry logos using Rust-Oleum NeverWet on cement. I wanted to test if we could create a logo that would only be seen when it rains.

We used a cut-out paper mask to define our area. To ensure we had a crisp edge, we sealed the edges with masking tape. Applying NeverWet is two step process, with a 30 minutes dry time between coats.

While not as “invisible” as we thought when dry, you do get some very cool results when the treated area gets wet.

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