NIKwax Tent & Gear Solarproof, any good ???

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NIKwax Tent & Gear Solarproof, any good ???

Post by Citizen H » Wed Apr 18, 2018 1:02 pm

by chance anyone use this product?

Ive a used German Rucksack that I was considering re proofing,

Any feed back or thoughts on the subject.
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Im just hoping for the best and preparing for the worse.

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Re: NIKwax Tent & Gear Solarproof, any good ???

Post by Deeps » Wed Apr 18, 2018 3:27 pm

Not used that particular product but use a fair bit of their other stuff. On my phone so struggle post links etc but on their website the give away samples if you do a quiz. Worth a look, the price is right.

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Re: NIKwax Tent & Gear Solarproof, any good ???

Post by Citizen H » Thu Apr 19, 2018 2:25 pm

Deeps wrote:Not used that particular product but use a fair bit of their other stuff. On my phone so struggle post links etc but on their website the give away samples if you do a quiz. Worth a look, the price is right.
Hello and yeah I did managed to blag a sample some time back but held off using it and kept in my stash of useful items that may come in use one day. I'm a bit reluctant to use it on the grounds of I've not used it before...... on a plus note Nikwax said it would be ok........? just wanted to know if anyone else has used it and how good was it?
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Re: NIKwax Tent & Gear Solarproof, any good ???

Post by Seminole » Sun Apr 29, 2018 6:58 pm

It is good stuff, not only for waterproofing but also has great UV resistance, I used to spray it on the dacron fabric wings of my microlight, definately prolonged the fabrics life compared to untreated

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