Are you worried about water damage to your smartphone, tablet, or electronic device? Not a lot of devices come with IPX certification to be waterproof. The Galaxy S5 did, but the Galaxy S6 does not. If you're like me and have water damaged your smartphone previously, it will now forever be in the back of your mind to happen again. Now there seems to be a very simple solution to ease some of those fears, and it comes from British company NanoState co, and it's called Flash Flood.

Flash Flood is a protective spray that can be applied to any phone or tablet making it water resistant. The nanotechnology spray is 40,000 times thinner than a human hair, and will not affect the fingerprint scanner on your device. It will not discolor your device, and will last 6-12 months depending on your usage. One bottle of Flash Flood can coat 3-4 smartphones or 1-2 tablets.

Product Demonstration courtesy of CNET and Nano State

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