- Product Dimensions: 8.2 x 4.2 x 2 inches ; 12.8 ounces
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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- ASIN: B002HH0E2I
- Item model number: MRSO
- Average Customer Review: 367 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,403 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors) Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
- Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
Gear Aid ReviveX Durable Water Repellent For Outerwear
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- Restore water repellency to all types of outerwear
- Ideal for GORE-TEX garments, GORE-TEX fabric waders, WINDSTOPPER garments, soft shells and quiet rainwear
- Restores water repellency without affecting breathability
- Wash garment, spray on ReviveX and tumble dry
- Contains no optical brighteners
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The industry standard for restoring water repellency to all types of outerwear including all waterproof-breathable fabrics, Ideal for GORE-TEX garments, GORE-TEX fabric waders, WINDSTOPPER garments, soft shells and quiet rainwear. Water beads and rolls off these garments when new, but with normal wear fabrics start to "wet out". ReviveX restores water repellency without affecting breathability. Just wash, spray and tumble dry - for waders just apply and iron in! Contains no optical brighteners. McNett customer care @ 1-800-221-7325 (or) www.mcnett.com
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I carefully followed the directions, watched the youtube video and applied this product as described to my Gore-tex snowboarding pants. It did nothing at all in fact it might have made them a bit less water repellent. Very disappointed, they left me wet an soggy on a three day trip to the mountains. It seems like some people have had better results but it didn't work at all for me.
Let's back up. I have a ten plus year old bright yellow LL Bean trail model rain jacket. Old school, simple but really made well. It has one or two cosmetic stains on it, but otherwise no rips or tears. Problem is the water proofing gave out some time ago - like years ago. I probably didn't take care of it right, but I really dug this jacket. I finally got sick of rain soaking through the hood - there needed to be change.
My wife wanted to just buy a new one, but it's expensive ($80). I wanted to try new water proofing, compromising that if it didn't work she could buy me a new one.
The spray bottle came in the mail and sat on a shelf for a couple of weeks. I procrastinated because I thought it would smell toxic and make a huge mess. Finally some rain was predicted so I needed to either embrace a wet head or get to work. I donned some gloves and took the jacket outside. I feared for the worst.
It could not have been easier. Application was really as simple as spraying on, didn't smell bad and made no mess (in my house or in the drier). The gloves were overkill and while I wouldn't eat this stuff, next time I won't bother.
I just tried it out in the pouring rain and I really am amazed. Water that previously soaked in, now beads up. I missed a couple of places so I will do another application. I should have done this years ago.
Even if this stuff just holds for a half a season, it's worth every penny. The bottle says up to 4 treatments, but for me I think that is on the low end.
Another review said it didn't hold up with regular use. I only wear this jacket in the rain, so it doesn't get much use. It just needs to work when I need it.
1. Use Gear Aid's detergent
2. Spray waterproofing on damp, not dry, double rinsed gear
3. Contrary to the name, the coating makes gear water-repellent, not water-proof. Don't expect more.