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Heavy Duty Fabric Wax

Heavy Duty Fabric Wax
Restores the utility of clothing and equipment from jackets, to hats, to bags, to tents, and more.
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Using Otter Wax is an easy way to greatly improve the functionality and utility of virtually any item. It can be used to revive the waterproofing capabilities of factory-waxed or oiled clothing, and is also an excellent way to waterproof untreated fabrics. Use on a variety of clothing and equipment from jackets, to hats, to bags, to tents, and more.

• thoroughly clean and dry item before application

• rub into fabric to create friction

• smooth out with fingers to create uniform seal

• allow item to cure in a warm, dry place for at least 24 hours

• reapply as often as necessary

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