10 Best impregnation spray of 2020

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Impregnation spray advisor

Textiles are going through impregnation spray water, oil and dirt repellent

Impregnating sprays are a real panacea when it comes to giving clothes or other textiles changed utility properties. In this case, the impregnation is merely an impregnating treatment of porous and solid substances with emulsified, dispersed or dissolved impregnating agents. The changed performance properties are assumed by the drying or evaporation of the solvent or dispersion medium used in the spray. That’s why with impregnation spray treated articles and textiles are sufficiently ventilated after the treatment. In everyday language impregnation means that a surface is treated so that it becomes impermeable to all liquids. It should be noted that this is only achieved when the impregnating agent has penetrated to the interior of the substance to be impregnated. For this reason, it is recommended to wear leather several times at shoes or other leather items impregnation spray to treat.

Impregnation is colloquially known for hydrophobization

The term impregnation is used in the field of textile finishing synonymously with the term hydrophobization. Hydrophobic stands for the term water-avoidant in ancient Greek. In chemistry, the term is used for substances that can not be mixed with water. Water rolls off on the surfaces of hydrophobic substances. For example, non-polar substances such as alcohols with long alkyl radicals, waxes and fats are hydrophobic and thus can cause a hydrophobic effect in textile finishing.

Impregnation of leather products

In addition to synthetic fabrics, the use of an impregnating spray is also recommended for leather products. Care must be taken to ensure that shoes and other leather products are generally not preimpregnated. It is recommended to impregnate before using any other care products. Full impregnation protects the leather from both moisture and dirt. So that impregnation spray it is recommended to penetrate leather products at least three times at certain intervals immediately after purchase. The impregnation spray should be used outdoors or in a well-ventilated room. When applying impregnation spray, the spray should be kept away from the object to be impregnated for about one can length (about 15 centimeters). The leather product should be sprayed evenly. The leather should not be too wet. Impregnants take some time to completely recycle. Attention should be paid to the instruction on the instruction manual of the impregnating spray. The application of the spray should take place at least three times after purchase and then be carried out regularly, since the impregnation protection due to friction and other environmental influences already after about a week begins to subside. For textile products made of tree-full or cotton-synthetic fiber blended fabric, a special waterproofing agent should be used.

Impregnation of synthetic products

In addition to materials such as leather, cotton or functional fabrics, impregnating sprays can also be used on Gore-Tex, Schoeller, Soft Shell and Sympathex fabrics. In addition to the function of water, oil and dirt repellency, the breathability of the material is additionally preserved. Impregnation makes sense especially with special clothing for outdoor activities. This can be, for example walking boots, a soft shell jacket, trekking pants or functional shirts. Because despite the very powerful effect of impregnating sprays a normal cotton pants will not directly to a waterproof high-end trekking pants. For this purpose, the impregnating spray High-Tec Proof can be used by the ski wax manufacturer Holmenkol. Furthermore, there are special sprays for impregnating tents or sails on the market. Although the artificial fibers of tents, sails, boats, awnings and parasols are usually already pre-impregnated, it is recommended to replace the moisture protection with a waterproofing spray in good time. The tent and impregnation spray of Explorer gives the fabric next to the water protection as well as a long-lasting stain and mold protection. It is suitable as a Nachimprägniermittel for products acrylic, Cotton, cotton-polyester blended fabric and aluminum-coated fabric. In the impregnation of such large areas, however, one should keep an eye on the correct dosage. A guideline here is that you need a 500 ml can for the surface of a conventional three-man tent.

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