Waterproofing Spray £1.99 @ Aldi
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Waterproofing Spray £1.99 @ Aldi

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Found 16th Apr 2012
This stuff is normally much more expensive in the camping shops

Waterproofing Spray 330ml
Protective spray that can be used on all textiles, synthetic fibres and genuine leather. Protects bags, clothing, umbrellas, shoes, boots and tents. Colourless spray.

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does this actually work? does it leave a residue or ruin the material? how long does it last? so many men, so many questions...

From what I read recently , sprays don't tend to last as long as the type that need to be rubbed or wiped into the items. But it is a good price if you want to give it a go, far chepaer than the named brands.
Edited by: "Lucky_Taz" 16th Apr 2012

All Nikwax waterproofing products are currently half price with free delivery at Go Outdoors - none of them are quite this cheap but Nikwax products are very good.

inicholson

All Nikwax waterproofing products are currently half price with free … All Nikwax waterproofing products are currently half price with free delivery at Go Outdoors - none of them are quite this cheap but Nikwax products are very good.



I can only see Nikwax products at 10% off, and how do you get the free delivery? Most of the Nikwax products aren't even available for home delivery.

EDIT: The 50% off Nikwax offer ENDED on the 15th April and was posted on the facebook page facebook.com/GOo…sUK

Edited by: "zaft" 17th Apr 2012

Maybe this stuff will stop my new S2 from drowning like the last one..

chaplin

does this actually work? does it leave a residue or ruin the material? … does this actually work? does it leave a residue or ruin the material? how long does it last? so many men, so many questions...


I did use it on my VOTO motorcycle jacket... now I use it in dry weather only! applying it again doesn't help anymore. Cheap yes! not great

Edited by: "Atasas" 17th Apr 2012

Cold for me. These spray type products are pretty nasty. Solvent based and quite likely to do lots of nasty things for your general health. You also don't get all that much in a can. I always use Nikwax on all my outdoor gear and they always have a freebie on their website (it's a tent proofer at the moment nikwax.com/en-…php )

It's a good price, but a better solution would be Thompsons Water Seal which can be used on all sorts of fabrics (including convertible roofs), can be brushed on and works very well.

achyyyy

Maybe this stuff will stop my new S2 from drowning like the last one..



Just buy a hardtop or man up and remove the roof

But will it blend?

I would avoid using this on ANY expensive tech layer. If you want to look after them, invest just as much in care proucts as you do the jacket itself.

Nikwax all the way

Simplest123

Just buy a hardtop or man up and remove the roof



'123' What mobile do you have? I'd return it seems you've been scammed.

Edited by: "2409chris" 17th Apr 2012

davester2k

Cold for me. These spray type products are pretty nasty. Solvent based … Cold for me. These spray type products are pretty nasty. Solvent based and quite likely to do lots of nasty things for your general health. You also don't get all that much in a can. I always use Nikwax on all my outdoor gear and they always have a freebie on their website (it's a tent proofer at the moment http://www.nikwax.com/en-gb/webquiz/index.php )



Cheers for that, after a few tries to get 10/10 I did it. That will come in handy for camping next month.

davester2k

Cold for me. These spray type products are pretty nasty. Solvent based … Cold for me. These spray type products are pretty nasty. Solvent based and quite likely to do lots of nasty things for your general health. You also don't get all that much in a can. I always use Nikwax on all my outdoor gear and they always have a freebie on their website (it's a tent proofer at the moment http://www.nikwax.com/en-gb/webquiz/index.php )



nice one, cheers for that

I got some of this stuff once and couldn't wash it off again... terrible stuff.






davester2k

Cold for me. These spray type products are pretty nasty. Solvent based … Cold for me. These spray type products are pretty nasty. Solvent based and quite likely to do lots of nasty things for your general health. You also don't get all that much in a can. I always use Nikwax on all my outdoor gear and they always have a freebie on their website (it's a tent proofer at the moment http://www.nikwax.com/en-gb/webquiz/index.php )




Just thought I'd pop back to say thanks, mine arrived this morning.
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