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ReviveX Air Dry Water Repellent 5 oz. Spray

ReviveX Air Dry Water Repellent 5 oz. Spray

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$7.45

$10.95 $3.50 (32%)

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Product Highlights:

  • High performance formula
  • For synthetic insulated garments
  • Simple to use spray
  • Non sticky
  • No silicone

ReviveX Air Dry Water Repellent 5 oz. Spray Features

ReviveX Air Dry Water Repellent 5 oz. Spray
The ReviveX Air Dry Water Repellent 5 oz. Spray will keep you dry all year round. It is a superior high performance water repellent formula, easy-to-carry. The mixture is non-sticky and does not leave any imprints on apparel, boots and other objects, when used. Breathable and non breathable items like leather boots, GoRE-TEX, etc., can be made water resistant with the water repellent spray. All you need to do is just spray the water repellent and let it air dry. No heat artificial heat is required. Simply let it dry and let the magic happen right before your eyes. This Spray is perfect for synthetic insulated garments such as, ski-wear, leather, boots, shoes, tents, outdoor gear and more. Apart from its efficient features, the ReviveX Spray is extremely affordable. It costs only $ 8.99 and comes on an accessible portable spray ready to use. So grab ReviveX Air Dry Water Repellent 5 oz. Spray and begin using it immediately!

Key Features

  • Easy to use instant water repellency. Just spray and air dry
  • Ideal for items that can't be tumble dried such as synthetic insulated garments, skiwear, boots, and footwear, paddling garments, waders, tents, packs, and more
  • Broad application to breathable and non-breathable materials including garments made with GORE-TEXÈfabric, eVENTÈ and leather
  • Dry, Non-Sticky Finish--No Silicone or CFCs