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Nikwax TX Direct Spray-On
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- Spray-On application works great on jackets with an inner mesh lining or for targeting high-co
- Leaves flexible DWR (Durable Water Repellency) treatment on individual fibers while allowing m
- Durable Water Repellency (DWR) cures with air drying alone, no dryer is necessary
- TX Direct can be applied to wet garments
- We recommend cleaning garments first with detergent-free Nikwax Tech Wash to remove contaminat
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When the factory DWR coating on your jacket wears off and rain drops no longer bead up, reach for Nikwax TX Direct Spray-On. Nikwax TX Direct Spray-On renews the Durable Water Repellency (DWR) that arrives on new waterproof garments clothing, restoring water-repellency and reviving breathability.
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I let this sit in my tack room overnight and in the morning the whole blanket is dry and the waterproofing is cured and ready to go.
This will last for a couple of dozen uses of all day rain or snow when used on my horses out on open pasture, then I need to re-do it again.
I live in northwest Washington state and it really comes down for hours on end but in other conditions the waterproofing effect may last a lot longer, but here it really gets put to the test...especially this winter (2017)
My winter jacket has a removable liner that turns the shell into a pretty nice lightweight jacket for cooler weather. Well, as it is with a lot of the US this year, we've had quite a few heavy rainstorms over the past few weeks (it seems we're always in a flash flood warning) and I took my jacket out a few times. I'm thoroughly impressed. Not only did the water bead and roll right off my jacket, but my torso stayed completely dry and warm despite heavy rain pounding on the seemingly lightweight fabric for several minutes. And the water droplets that beaded on my jacket were easily shaken off so my jacket could be put back in the closet without getting everything else wet.
I applied the Nikwax indoors without any problem. Nikwax has kind of a mild vinegar odor (my best description), which on it's own isn't bad, but the Nikwax will get on everything and can be a pain to get off floors and walls. I will say, however, that a well-ventilated area is a necessity because of the small, but possible risk of inhaling nano particles. This is from the manufacturer's website:
"Nikwax water-based consumer products are white opaque liquids with an average particle size usually between 1 and 2 microns. That is ten times bigger than the largest nanoparticle. However, a small proportion of the emulsion will be in the nano range. As soon as Nikwax is diluted with water, or the water evaporates from it, the emulsion particles aggregate, that is, join together and get bigger.. Therefore there is an extremely low risk with Nikwax products that novel nano particles will be dispersed into water or air through their use.
"Nikwax water-based spray products are delivered from a trigger spray and are not gas driven. Therefore the particle size that is dispersed into the air is relatively very large compared to a gas propellant driven aerosol, and is not nanoparticle size. Nikwax trigger driven sprays therefore present low risk in terms of inhalation and the possibility of materials entering through the airways and into the lungs. Care should, however always we taken to avoid inhalation of any spray material, including Nikwax."
I'm excited about next winter, trying out all of our refreshed gear on the ski slopes, playing with the dog in the snow, shoveling, etc. I have a feeling next winter is going to be awesome thanks largely to refreshing our snow gear to beat the elements with Tech Wash and Nikwax. Amazing stuff.
Before looking for a new pair of shoes, I decided to give this product a try. WOW, what a difference! My shoes are now as they were when I bought them. As long as you realize the inherent limitations of the product you wish to renew, you will be satisfied with this products restorative power