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Nikwax TX Direct Spray 300ml £8.50
300ml spray bottle of TX Direct
Treat to restore durable water-repellency with Nikwax TX-Direct. Washing and using fabrics can make them begin to absorb water or "wet out". Nikwax TX-Direct completely restores surface water-repellency which enhances breathability. Nikwax TX-Direct lasts several washings and does not need to be reapplied after every wash like other treatments.
- Ideal for garments with knitted wicking linings or gear that should not be machine washed such as single wall tents & bivy sacks
- Reduces the water-absorbency of the outer fabric, optimizing breathability
- Quick and easy application can be used anywhere, anytime on wet or dry fabric
- Lasts several washings
- Safe on Gore-Tex ., Ultrex. and Entrant.
- Non-aerosol, non-flammable and environment safe
There are 5 reviews with an average rating of 4.40
Anonymous from IrelandOwner29 December 2012 12:36
Nikwax TX Direct Spay-On is the simplest, most economic, and most effective way to waterproof your hillwalking gear. Just spray your jacket, or gaiters, wet or dry, and off you go! Highly recommended. I would not be without a bottle of this!
Anonymous from IrelandOwner22 September 2017 17:08
Easy to use, do the job, i use for my fishing jacket, 10 h in heavy rain and water from the boat, my jacket stay dry inside, previously used somthing else on the same jacket get wet after 2 hours in heavy rain,
LAW ADVENTURE from IrelandOwner06 December 2018 20:20
As with any Spray-on or wash in with the NIKWAX, if you have ever washed your waterproofs in detergent with softener or have left your gear go a lengthy time before proofing it...
Don't waste your money. It won't work.
I have truly never used any NIKWAX product to top up my waterproofs, so therefore that's why I can only give it a 3 star.
The gear I used it on with the wash in and spray-on after simply didn't hold up.
But it's likely my gear is to far gone to be revived with this or any other product.
Jackson Sports reply, you are correct in that your garment may "be too far gone", however, I would recommend a second re-proof as this often will work with a long-neglected garment. Also, its worth making sure there is no detergent residue in the machine as this will strip out any re=proofer you apply. If in doubt, do by hand in a bucket
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