There are already processes that allow materials to become superomniphobic (repellant to liquids including oils), by altering their surfaces in such a way that a thin layer of air gets trapped between the material and any liquid that's placed upon it. Typically, however, these technologies require the surfaces in question to be treated by trained personnel using specialized equipment. Wouldn't it be easier if there was just a superomniphobic tape one could apply? Well, now there is...
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