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Discussion in 'EDC Bags' started by KDOG08, Sep 18, 2012.
I'm sure they are out there. Any good sprays/applicants to add more water-resistance to bags?
There are spray on prodructs and products that you soak in. Generally the latter holds up better.
Thanks! I'll have to bookmark that...
check shoe stores, some often offer aerosol options, not the best, but work pretty good
I have not tried it on bags, but I've used scotchgard durable water repellent on boots and fabric coats.
,,,,,,or you can get re-proofing spray for tents which would work,,,,,,,,,, but it's a bit smelly for a week or so ,,,,, camp/outdoor shops sell re-proofing spray for jackets
We use a lotta the Asko-Sno Seal spray waterproofer on hunting gear, ground blinds, coveralls,etc.....simply because it's easy to find, here.
(Sporting Goods / Camping section @ Walmart; orange-top can.)
It works great; costs about $4.70 / can.
We apply it once a year.
Must be applied outside! and it does stink til it dries....Leave it outside overnite...then: no discernible scent.
Also look at Revivex... formulated to renew the repellent on Gore-tex and related similar products.
I used to use Scoth Guard brand but recently switched to a Bass Pro brand cause it was on sale
I have used Scotch Guard for at least 20 years now
All I'm ever able to get are the scotchgard products and they don't come cheap here.. I have been using scotchgard's outdoor water shield and it has work great but I find that it will stain if it isn't just water hitting it.. I just managed to get my hands on a bottle of 303 fabric guard and just did an application.. so far it appears to repel liquids better.. Not too sure how it'll hold up to use though..
I have waterproofed canvas (A tent top) with a mixture of silicone sealant and paint thinner. I applied it with a paint roller and allow to dry. Nothing got through that roof! I would test the mixture on a sample of the material, but it should work very well.
I had good results with 3M waterproofing stuff (Scotchguard) and Camp Dry by Kiwi wax
Camp Dry works pretty good but smells bad, make sure you let it dry for 24 hours outside.