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Fabric Wax : All Natural Water Repellent by Otter Wax : 2.25 oz Bar

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  • All-Natural Canvas Wax : Maximum Water Repellency Wax for Fabric
  • Environmentally Friendly & Safe Ingredients -Handmade in Portland, Oregon, USA-
  • Original Formula : Long-Lasting Water Repellent Seal
  • 100% Natural Ingredients: Non-Toxic, No Silicone, No Petroleum
  • Great for use on Canvas Shoes, Hats, Jackets, Rucksacks, Backpacks, & More!
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Product Description

The Original Otter Wax Heavy Duty Fabric Wax Water Repellent was born from the need to stay dry, and the desire to do it naturally. Our wax offers long-lasting protection from the elements and contains only ALL-NATURAL ingredients from renewable sources. Otter Wax is the first and only water repellent wax that doesn't utilize paraffin, silicone, or other synthetic ingredients. Otter Wax is formulated to be both highly effective and environmentally friendly. Our No-Mess application means you can easily apply directly onto fabrics at home or on the go. After the first application, keep Otter Wax in your car or ski bag for quick, on-the-go touch-ups. Otter Wax : Heavy Duty Water Repellent Canvas Wax featuring Long-Lasting Protection, Easy Application (No Messy Tins), All-Natural Ingredients (No Silicone, No Petroleum), Non-Toxic Formula (Apply Anywhere, Anytime : No Obnoxious Odors or Dangerous Chemicals), Versatility (Use on Canvas Shoes, Hats, Jackets, Rucksacks, Backpacks, Tents, & Much More)

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 3 x 2 x 1 inches ; 2.2 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 2.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Origin: USA
  • ASIN: B005MV99L8
  • Item model number: 0001
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (64 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,460 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

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Veronica inglander
So easy to use I waxed my denim jeans in no time I got the look and style I was looking for.
Gman
I like the smell and it seems really nice to work with.
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33 of 33 people found the following review helpful By Stephanie Recchiuti on December 31, 2012
I picked up two bars to wax a canvas field coat I got for Christmas. I knew the coat hadn't been expensive, and I figured that waxing it myself would be an economical alternative to buying a Filson or Barbour coat. I'm pretty happy with the result, though I wouldn't say I'm totally in love with the process of waxing garments or the product I used.

A few observations:

1. Everyone has mentioned the smell, and while I kind of like it (it's sort of piney/ waxy/ oily) my wife says it gives her headaches, and that it reminds her of a cleaning product her grandmother used to employ in the bathroom. Fair enough.

2. The instructions included are pretty bare bones. I found that I got a much easier and more even coating if I applied the Otter Wax using an ironing board, with a hairdryer laying next to the part of the jacket I was working on, sort of keeping the whole area hot. The easiest work session (more on that in a minute) was held in front of a fireplace. The hotter the area is, the easier you'll find it to get an even coating. Really rub it in like a fat crayon, and you're an over-zealous kindergartener scribbling a monotone picture for your mother. When the fabric darkens, that means it's soaking in, and you can feel free to smear it around with your fingers.

3. It takes a long time, and more wax than you think you need. I figured that buying two bars would be enough to wax the coat, and leave me some leftover for touch ups. Two bars got me through the chest and back panels, and half a sleeve. I needed a third bar to finish the coat, though I'd imagine your mileage will vary depending on the size and cut of the coat, as well as the texture. Mine is a fairly ruddy duck canvas, so if your cloth is more like chinos than jeans you might use less.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By ZenReader on November 25, 2011
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First there is a small problem with the product description. I applied this product to a black baseball hat. The product smells like shoe polish when first applied. So its not odorless and you can use it anywhere.

It goes on like a waxy paste, sitting up on top of the fabric. You heat it with a hair dryer and it melts into the fabric. I waited overnight for it to cure. (Note. when it first goes on it is the constancy of shoe polish --paste. It does not disappear. The cloth is coated and greasy. You have to heat it. Don't overdue it on the brim of the hat since its hard to make it disappear on harder surfaces.)

I'm glad I experimented on a hat I didn't wear first. Once on and cured --it does water proof very well. 3 days later and the smell is practically gone.
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Theo on February 18, 2012
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I've tried just about every water proofer under the sun on my outdoor gear and I can safely say that this is by far my favorite.

It takes a bit of effort to apply the wax to things like shoes or boots with multiple seams but the results are better than any of the sprays I've ever tired. I water proofed a pair of my work boots with the fabric wax and have had no issues at all with them despite tromping around in several areas with more mud and snow than I ever care to see again. So far the wax has held up well.

A hair dryer makes the application of the wax much easier when pressing it into the seams of the boots or shoes, plus it smells pretty good so I really didn't mind working with it.

The only possible downside is that it will darken up any fabric it is applied to. The Otterwax website tells you this right on it so there is not really any surprise if you do your research.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Anthony on December 3, 2011
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This is a really great product and it was way easier to use than I was expecting. Having seen some methods of waterproofing that require multiple cans of chemicals and other complicated junk, Otter Wax is all natural and simple. I applied it to a cotton jacket and left it to cure for 24 hours as per the instructions. It was still very tacky but a few days later it was ready to wear and felt great. I highly recommend this product.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Hidaka on October 24, 2012
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Every thing fine with the delivery and packaging. Just a little bit disappointed with the size of the bar. I know there is a information about the grams, but I couldn't judge by the pictures how big it was. I was expecting at least the size of an normal soap bar.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By The Papist on April 4, 2014
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This is easy to apply and will help to shed water from cloth or canvas.

Why only three stars? Because adding the wax to my tan pants attracts and hold a lot of dirt and dust. The pants take on a grey/brown color. This is ok for my work pants and even somewhat helpful for hunting trousers. I would not, however, apply this to anything I considered nice.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Toby on March 17, 2012
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This stuff seals well. I used it on denim, and I was pleased. It smells good also! I will most likely buy some more. I do wish it was a bit cheaper though, I went through a whole bar on one jacket.
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10 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Ace on April 7, 2013
I got this with the intent of DIY Wax Jeans, not outdoor clothing. I watched the video, saw comments from other people that it worked and bought a large bar. It took me about 1.5 hours to totally cover my jeans and waited a week for the was to cure. I did it on a warm surface to make sure the wax soaked in. When they were first done, they looked great, just like in the video... but the moment you wear or fold them, the wax flexes and all the coating turns white. You can't wear them in public like that. I took the blow dryer to them, thinking that I didn't get the wax all the way into the fabric... so the wax totally saturated the fabric again but now it didn't have the nice waxed jean look.

My recommendation is to use this product for what it is intended, real outdoor clothing. If you want to "wax" your jeans I suggest trying the other method using soft gel gloss.
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