Water-Resistant

Objects can be described as water-proof or water-resistant depending on whether they are mostly unaffected by water or whether they resist the entry of water under certain conditions. These goods are designed to function normally in damp settings as well as underwater to a certain depth.

The process of making anything waterproof or water-resistant is referred to as waterproofing (such as a camera, watch or mobile phone). The terms “water resistant” and “waterproof” are frequently used to refer to the infiltration of water in its liquid form and perhaps under pressure, whereas the term “damp proof” refers to the resistance to humidity or dampness.

The pace at which water vapor is allowed to pass through a substance or structure is referred to as the water vapor transmission rate. Historically, tar or pitch was applied to the hulls of boats and ships in order to make them waterproof. Waterproofing contemporary products can be accomplished by the use of water-repellent coatings or the installation of gaskets or o-rings to seal seams. T

he term “waterproofing” can be used to a variety of different things, including building structures (such as basements, decks, and other wet places), watercraft, canvas, clothing (such as raincoats and waders), and paper (e.g., milk and juice cartons).

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