I love all the swappable designs for their ingenuity but the huge drawback is its durability against moisture. I'm sure that I'm not alone and, like Josh and Chad suggested in the past, I have had moderate success treating the paper of the foam board with Minwax Polyurethane. It's a great solution yet I never liked the yellowing of the paper so today at Lowes I set out in search of an alternate. What I found is a 2-part, liquid repelling treatment called NeverWet by Rust-Oleum and cost About $17.00 and boy is it fun to play with. I have yet to apply it to any plane although I did test it in a side by side comparison which I'm about to share here. I'll wait to see if there is any delamination or bad wrinkling of the paper before I spray the models. The wrinkling you will see in the video is pretty minor from my point of view but noticable nonetheless. I did spray "part 1" on rather thick while learning the spray pattern and I blame myself for the finish. Has anyone used something like this? Thoughts?