In any country, including in Germany, where many people (men) who likes to urinate in public place and consequently the environment becomes uncomfortable because of the smell. In St. Pauli, one of the 'red light district' in Hamburg, have a new way to make people who like urinate in public place would think twice if they want to do that.
|Walls in St. Pauli use technology to deter public urination. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1AgUVTx)|
By using a layer of paint called 'Ultra-Ever Dry hydrophobic' which sprayed into the walls will create a waterproof wall so that if there is water on the wall will immediately bounce farther than without it. As a result, when there are people who pee on the wall, automated urine will bounce away so it will wet their pants or legs and who wants it happened?
|The pee-back wall in action. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1AgUVTx)|
Nowadays almost all of these areas, where the walls used to be a 'target' has been covered by Ultra-Ever Dry and also given a warning board, but if there is stubborn then bear the consequences themselves.
|The coating makes surfaces extremely hydrophobic. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/1AgUVTx)|
Ultra-Ever Dry hydrophobic are not only used for the walls but can be used for many things such as the lining of your shoes so that the shoes will not get wet even though the muddy road.
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