Product to prolong the life of schoolwear
Liquiproof can be applied to school uniform, footwear and bags.
By Laura Turner
19 August 2015
Liquiproof is an innovative solution that can be sprayed onto school uniform garments, footwear and school bags to help prevent damage and prolong the product’s lifespan.
The solution works by bonding SiO2 particles to the individual fibres of the fabric, creating permanent bonded layers that form an invisible barrier against water and oil. Once applied, the formula causes all forms of liquids to roll off the surface of the item, allowing even white shirts and suede shoes to remain permanently stain-free without affecting the look, feel or breathability of the fabric.
Liquiproof is also eco-friendly, non-toxic, non-flammable and odourless. The water-based formula is supplied in a safe, non-aerosol bottle and the “protective layer” Liquiproof provides is compliant with all types of fabric, both synthetic and natural.
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