Examples from the Web for teflon
We are talking not of a Teflon Rupert, a man against whom nothing sticks.Murdoch on the Rocks: How a Lone Reporter Revealed the Mogul's Tabloid Terror Machine|Clive Irving|August 25, 2014|DAILY BEAST
Whether he is just as lucky for the rest of his legal battles will be the true test of the strength of his Teflon shield.
Silvio Berlusconi may have lost his job as prime minister, but his Teflon shield apparently still works.
A fugitive since 1995 who seemed untouchable, he is also compared to the “Teflon Don” of New York, John Gotti.
Even typically Teflon partners will melt if you apply too much heat in workaday dealings.
We don't know the formula yet, but it is as much more stable than our teflon as teflon is than corn-meal mush.Masters of Space|Edward Elmer Smith
commercially important synthetic polymer, 1945, proprietary name registered in U.S. by du Pont, from chemical name (poly)te(tra)fl(uoroethylene) + arbitrary ending -on; popularized as a coating of non-stick pans in 1960s; metaphoric extension, especially in reference to U.S. President Ronald Reagan, is attested from an Aug. 2, 1983, speech on the floor of Congress by Pat Schroeder.