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Old 01-25-2007, 03:47 PM   #1
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Old 01-25-2007, 04:00 PM   #2
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What are you waterproofing? I've used that before on nylon and my husbands work coat which is like duckcloth and it works good.
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Re: Is this the right thing to rewaterproof with?

It works but it does wash out so you have to keep re-applying it, it's also very stinky, you must do it outside and let dry completely.

There's also one called Permanent Waterproofer by the same company that doesn't wash out, that one gets set by heat-activation in the dryer, and it also doesn't stink. I'm currently looking for it locally as it is expensive to get it shipped.

www.atsko.com has product info.
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I need to use it on a diaper. I have a AIO and a Pocket that are getting leaky.
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