How to use dry film film lubricants in your shower
By using a wet sponge to apply dry film, you can make your shower a bit more comfortable.
The idea behind dry film is to reduce friction between the surface and the water.
But there are a couple of problems with this, says John Pankow, professor of materials science and engineering at the University of Bath in the UK.
For one thing, the film doesn’t soak up water well.
Panko’s research shows that a layer of dry film in a water-tight container will soak up the water in a matter of seconds.
For another, wet film is difficult to remove from a shower without damaging the showerhead.
So if you have to wash your hands in the shower, you’ll have to do so in a way that won’t damage the surface.
And that’s where your sponge comes in.
With the help of an elastic band, you simply apply the sponge to the surface of the water, which in turn applies the lubricant to the water molecules.
This way, the water doesn’t get all over your skin.
The result is that you can wash off your hands without damaging your skin, and it’s quicker to get the job done than washing your face with water.
Panko explains that the silicone-based sponge works by allowing the water to flow into the sponge.
This means the sponge won’t just soak up excess water, it can also absorb water from the water underneath the sponge, which helps it to glide over the water surface.
As Pankowski explains, the sponge is also more comfortable than a standard silicone- or cotton-based gel because it doesn’t have to be re-wetted every time you use it.
Palko says this means you can use the sponge for about 30 minutes at a time.
This is because the sponge absorbs the water as it flows into it.
You can then wash it out of the shower using a water rinse.
Prakash Mishra, a research fellow at the Royal Institute of Technology in Stockholm, Sweden, also says that using a sponge in a shower is a great way to reduce the friction between your body and the surface while you shower.
He says: “It doesn’t work as well with hot water, so for hot water use, you’d have to use a towel, which will make it more uncomfortable for the skin.”
However, Mishra notes that wet film lubricating is probably best suited for people who have already been showering, as the film will stick to the surfaces in the water even if it’s not on the shower head.
It might also be best to use the same sponge for both wet and dry film use, so you don’t have the same friction.
Pinki says it’s unlikely that you’ll notice any difference in your bathtub, though, as both the water and the sponge will soak into the water at the same time.
The takeaway for those with wet film: It’s not a bad idea to wash with a sponge.