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Granger G-Max Footwear Universal Waterproofer
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- All Grangers apparel treatments have been specifically formulated to perform effectively at 30c
- Granger's proofers can resist 10+ detergent washes and highlights the durability of the finish
- Our technologies provide superb stain resistance with no loss of breathable performance
- Granger's fluorocarbon treatments provide the most water repellent, durable finish to the consumer's apparel and footwear
- Maximum Waterproofing. Suitable for All Footwear, spray-On Application
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That said - some hints
These are not going to turn dress boots into hiking boots. Or a blazer into an ice-climbing shell.
Read the directions - it does work best if the shoes (or other item) is uniformly damp (clean microfiber damp cloth)
There are different waterproofing formulations for different types of items and materials - if you want to waterproof a nylon jacket or gloves, get the granger formulation that is made for that.
It is a spray nozzle, not magic. The spray nozzle is actually pretty good, but you will need to even out the application. Depending on the type of thing you are doing, this is what I have found to to work best - paint brush, paint sponge and microfiber cloth. Wet your tool with a little of the spay, then spray the item, then use the pain brush to spread it evenly. Microfiber cloth helps to get into cracks or around detailing. I find the paintbrush best for leather and suede and the microfiber cloth for nylon-y jackets and hats etc.
Do this outside and on a piece of old cardboard. Obviously.
If your boots are not sealed between the upper and sole, no amount of spray is going to keep your feet dry when they are immersed. Same for jackets , hats, gloves etc where the seams are not taped. This stuff does make the item shed water though.
So, my very expensive favorite suede boots - took less than 15-20 min to do including setting up the cardboard and throwing it out (dried overnight). Looked little darker when wet, but dried the same color. Did not make the material stiff or crack.Read more ›
The spray nozzle could be better...best to do this on a newspaper. Not sure how long the treatment lasts...but the boots still bead water off without the leather wetting any.
** after wearing the cloth hat in the rain for around an hour or so...I found that the waterproofing completely failed and that the hat material was soaked....not sure whether this material is synthetic (probably) or cotton. The suede boots did much better and only a few spots seemed to get wet.
So my guess is that this waterproofer works well on natural materials like leather or cotton...but not on synthetics like nylon or polyester.
Note: when I sparyed the leather protectant I used a small brush to distribute the solution on all parts of the smart cover. I found this process very helpfull in forming a good protectant layer. Also, I sprayed the front and back faces twice with the leather protectant to make sure the protective layer is not thin.
The product seems to work very well and now I use it on every new pair of shoes I get. It is easy to apply, dries quickly, and the price is right.
Just a note, you might want to apply outside or on a piece of cardboard to avoid getting little drops all over the place.
You've been warned.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I got this for my husband to waterproof his shoes for his golf trip. It only kept his feet dry for the first day. Make sure to reapply often.Published 3 months ago by Lauren Richards
Sprayer does not work. Product gets everywhere but where you want it to.Published 3 months ago by donna swain
How do you water proof something using a spray whose main ingredient is water? Stained my suede.Published 7 months ago by Laura A
It does work, but after your shoe gets wet once it doesn't really hold up too well.Published 8 months ago by Derek Thomas