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    03-24-2008, 10:13 PM
Spray on water-proofing

I would like to purchase a spray on waterproofing to redo my horse blanket. Has anyone had any experience with this? What did you use and did it work well?

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    03-25-2008, 03:20 AM
I haven't used it on horse blankets (yet)...but I have for Snowboarding gear.

I've used a brand called "Camp Off" (I think it's for tents and such) and another brand that I bought at Big5 Sporting Goods (for generic clothing waterproofing). They both seemed to give the same outcome on my jacket and pants. It worked really well; I even tested it out by pouring a bowl full of water on the pants and it all just rolled right off!

Be sure the item is clean and totally dry before applying the spray. When I did mine, I did it in multiple layers to make sure I really got it covered. And let it dry for at least a day or two afterwards. You'll probably need a few cans for a whole horse blanket!

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