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3M Scotchgard Fabric Protector

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  • Repels spills and stains from fabric and upholstery
  • Protects with Scotchgard
  • 10 oz. aerosol
  • Safe to use on delicate and dry clean only fabrics such as silks and wools
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Product Information

Size Name: 1 Pack
Technical Details
Part Number 4106D
Item Weight13.6 ounces
Product Dimensions2.6 x 2.6 x 7.9 inches
Item model number4101D
Size1 Pack
ColorRed
Item Package Quantity1
Number Of Pieces1
Warranty Description1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00006IA8O
Best Sellers Rank #3,612 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
Date First AvailableMay 26, 2006
  
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Product Description

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Product Description

The original Scotchgard™ Protector was unsurpassed in protecting textiles—consumers were impressed with how the unique formula repelled liquids and prevented stains from damaging furniture, carpets and clothing. But as fabrics changed, so did the needs of our customers. Scotchgard™ scientists proved their commitment to innovation by introducing more formulas that deliver the same unparalleled results—protection against dirt and stains and the ability to repel liquids.

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Safeguard your favorite stuff with Scotchgard — everything from rugs, sofas, and apparel in your home to child safety seats and floor mats in your car. Scotchgard repels liquids and blocks stains, and its strong protection pushes spills away from fabric fibers so stains release easily. It won't change the look, feel or breathability of fabrics, and it's safe to use on delicate and dry clean only fabrics such as silks and wools.

It's ideal for use on clothing such as skirts, blouses, polos, silk ties, dress and suit pants, suit jackets and caps. Also ideal to use on upholstery and home fashions such as table linens, slip covers, chair cushions, throw pillows, curtains, fabric sofas, and chairs.

More than 100 Uses for Scotchgard

You'll be amazed at all the things in and around your house that Scotchgard can help protect.

  • Fabric Sofas and Chairs. Protect your furniture from spills and stains — spray them with Scotchgard to repel liquids and stains.

  • Canvas Shoes. Keep your classic canvas sneakers looking newer, longer.

  • Tablecloths. Don't let food and beverage stains ruin your tablecloth.

  • Child Car Seats. Keep your kids' car seats looking clean — even after spills.

  • Messenger Bags. Keeps your bag safe from stains, dirt and moisture.

  • Umbrellas. Don't let the elements ruin your favorite umbrella.

About 3M

For more than a century, 3M has applied innovation and technology to improving our customers' lives and supporting their business goals. Today the company, from its headquarters in St. Paul, Minnesota, serves industrial and commercial customers and consumers in nearly 200 countries. The 3M brand, across thousands of products, represents consistency, superior quality, and value.

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4106D 10-Ounce Fabric and Upholstery Protector

At a Glance
  • Repels liquids and blocks stains
  • Protects items all around the house — clothing, upholstery, chair cushions, table linens, and more
  • Pushes spills away from fabric fibers so stains release easily
  • Won't change the look, feel or breathability of fabrics
  • Safe to use on delicate and dry clean only fabrics such as silks and wools

Customer Reviews

Bought them to protect my couch and my TOMS shoes!
rollin'
Buy one more can of Scotchgard than what you estimate you will need to insure good coverage.
John Chiocchi
I use a lot of it when I have new furniture like sofa for dining chairs.
Tina

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

124 of 129 people found the following review helpful By W. P. Hughes on June 12, 2011
Size Name: 1 Pack Verified Purchase
We own five rentals so last year when we bought and furnished a new one we purchased 5 cans of the spray. I applied it to a corduroy Sofa Loveseat and kitchen and dining room chairs; honestly I didn't know what to expect, but I followed the directions used four cans and off it went for a six month rental. I just got access to the home and although the unit was fairly dirty there e=were no stains or wear marks anywhere on any of the furniture; these were not the cleanest of people and I spent a lot of time cleaning the home. The best part of it was that I vacuumed the upholstery and it all came back looking like new.

We have added another home and newly furnished it I ordered another five cans and coated a loveseat sofa chair kitchen chairs (4) dining room chairs (4) and two bar stools and I still have a can left.

I also found out that by coating the outdoor furniture wicker with cushions that not a bit of mildew built up during the 6 month period; we are hoping for the same results this year and I will update this post after this season.

It is easy to apply make sure it is well ventilated and wear a mask if you can. I hope you are as happy with the product as I am.

UPDATE: A little over a year ago we treated the aforementioned furniture a quick vacuum and a light refresher coat and they look like new; my thoughts are the same I think this is a great product.
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82 of 89 people found the following review helpful By Jeffrey B. Jones on August 24, 2007
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Excellent fabric protection for new furniture, cheaper (and quality more controllable) than having manufacturer put it on. Only concern might be chemicals for those with multiple chemical sensitivity. Also, wish it were just a little cheaper. I used 2 whole cans to cover one reclining rocker (can says one can will cover two chairs). I didn't overspray either, just light coverage back and forth at the appropriate distance. When that dried, I did apply another light coat, as recommended, rather than one thick spray coat.
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113 of 135 people found the following review helpful By Bobby on June 17, 2013
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I've used Scotchgard in the past and it does work. So if that's all you care about, stop reading reviews and go ahead and buy it.

This said, I was going to buy two cans to cover a brand new sofa, and after some research decided against it. The original chemical in it was found toxic and replaced once in 2003. Unfortunately, the new chemical is classified as a Persistent Organic Pollutant. And, it does accumulate in the body too, though it's eliminated faster than the original chemical (1 month vs. 5 years).

Obviously it hasn't been *found* catastrophically harmful for humans yet, otherwise it wouldn't be on the shelf, but these chemicals are pretty hardcore and recently invented--I don't know about you, but I don't feel like putting my bare skin several hours every day on a layer of unpronounceable chemicals ("perfluorobutanesulfonic acid", PFBS) for which we don't have a ton of data to know they are definitely, positively safe.

I might use it on something that gets a little less traffic, or where skin contact is less likely (like a chair cushion), but the polluting factor is unfortunate. If only they could make organic, cage free Scotchgard. :)

So I guess it depends how much these things matter to you. I don't have any problems with 3M, and this product, like most of theirs (post-its, anyone?), solves a real problem very, very well--and again, if that's all you care about, buy it.

Personally though, I'm not adding more chemicals in my home than are already there. I'll bloat the stains and steam my couch from time to time. After all, the term "used" was created for a reason... :)
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53 of 64 people found the following review helpful By Mimi Rockefeller on February 16, 2012
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I was very curious as to what sort of results to expect from this product (bought it for our white sofa since the retailer's "protection plan" was a joke), so I decided to do a little experiment and apply red wine to a treated and untreated portion of material (photos added for you to see). The spill on the Scotchgarded portion beaded up while the unprotected portion soaked the wine up right away. I let it sit for a few minutes and eventually the wine did absorb into the material. When I tried to remove the stain from both sections (using only water), the red wine actually came out of the treated side while the untreated side appeared to be stained. The results were very impressive! I'm on the "what else can I apply this to?" bandwagon now.

Amount needed - I treated an extra large sofa and a small fully upholstered chair with two coats each and used 4.5 cans (10 oz size). Found that using painters tape to mark the untreated areas helped me remember where I had or had not spayed since I couldn't really see a significant change in the fabric's appearance and when I would look away to open my second can of Scotchgard I would lose my place.

Smell. If you've ever stepped into a small nail salon that applies acrylic nails, that's about what this stuff smells like to me. Since I currently live in a high rise, I was concerned about the ventilation requirements since I can only open a patio door and crack a window. I applied one coat to my sofa, got caught up on a phone call and didn't leave the room, causing a slight headache (totally my fault). When it came time for the second coat, I was sure to go to a different room after spraying the item and had no issues whatsoever. Just sharing my mistake in case anyone else without outdoor space is thinking of using this product - it's very possible and very much worth doing, but just be sure to leave the area until the odor dissipates.
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