Nikwax Tech Wash

various, added Apr/2007, see all Nikwax news & reviews
announcement by Nikwax
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Tech Wash #1
Nikwax Ltd, Apr 2007
© Tech Wash

Wash-in cleaner for waterproof clothing and equipment that safely revitalises breathability and water-repellency

This product is a non-detergent soap which can be used regularly to clean clothing and equipment without damaging the Durable Water Repellent (DWR) coatings. Use this product instead of detergents or washing powder.

  • Prolongs the life of gear and optimises outdoor performance
  • Maintains breathability
  • Maintains original water-repellency
  • Easy to apply - can be used in a washing machine
  • Suitable for use on all fabrics, including technical textiles
  • Lifts out dirt that can attract water and mask water repellent finishes
  • Unlike detergents, it does not leave behind water attractive residues which encourage 'wetting-out'
  • Removes detergent residues left behind by previous washes
  • WaterBased - environmentally friendly, biodegradable, non flammable, non hazardous
  • Does not contain fluorocarbons
  • Guaranteed performance for 4 years from manufacture

    HOW TO APPLY

    To clothing

  • Place item in washing machine
  • Apply Nikwax Tech Wash in the machine's dispenser
  • Select a normal wash cycle, start machine and complete rinse cycle
  • Alternatively, just apply Nikwax in a simple hand wash
  • Drip-dry or tumble dry on a low setting if the care label allows

    To tents and accessories

  • Apply item in hand-hot water in a sink or bowl and agitate
  • Rinse thoroughly in clean water.
  • Drip-dry

    Note:

    Tech Wash can be applied neat to fabrics as a stain or grease remover prior to washing.

    Price

    300ml: £4.00

    1.0 litre: £10.00

    5.0 litres: £35.00

    For more information visit Nikwax Ltd
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