Gear Aid ReviveX Durable Waterproofing Spray For Outerwear

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Gear Aid ReviveX Durable Waterproofing Spray For Outerwear

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Amazon Price: N/A $13.62 (as of December 20, 2016 7:11 am – Details). Product prices and availability are accurate as of the date/time indicated and are subject to change. Any price and availability information displayed on the Amazon site at the time of purchase will apply to the purchase of this product.

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)

Product Details

  • Item Weight: 12.8 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
  • International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
  • ASIN: B002HH0E2I
  • Item model number: MRSO
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

Customer Reviews

Pretty amazing stuff really works it waterproofed paper towel

56 people found this helpful.
 on November 23, 2015
By Matt
I sprayed this on all my outdoor gear for this winter, I thought I was getting scammed because this stuff doesn’t smell and just looks like water so I sprayed a paper towel (pictures attached) and now I have waterproof paper towel! I agitated the towel with my finger for a while and still no leak! I have now ordered 3 more bottles because I sprayed all my camping gear and down sleeping bag all together I sprayed 11 big items with 1 bottle. We have had a few good rains and a blasting of snow and it all just beads off like water off a ducks back. By the way the paper towel is going on day 3 without leaking.

I put this %$#* on everything

49 people found this helpful.
 on November 20, 2010
By Ken
From jackets to backpacks, this stuff works pretty well. I don’t have any complaints because I knew what I was paying for when I got it. This is not meant to be a one-time, spray and forget product. Make sure you have washed the item you’re going to spray, or at least get it sopping wet, then spray liberally onto item, throw it in the dryer and let the heat do the rest. Let it sit a day or two if you can. In my experience, it seems to increase the effectiveness. No big deal if you can’t, certainly don’t have to. For $12, this’ll get you through one hard season. Very easy to apply. If you can curl your finger, you can use this stuff. Don’t be afraid to over-apply, there’s no such thing. Every time I’ve used it, I have not been disappointed. Haven’t got wet yet!

It definitely works

27 people found this helpful.
 on September 29, 2012
By nphoton
I applied this to my OR Foray jacket after its outer layer decided to start absorbing water instead of shrugging off droplets. I was initially skeptical of this product – spraying what seems to be a water-based waterproofing solution (red flag!) and then tossing it in the dryer on medium heat for an hour, didn’t seem like the best idea. But I did it anyway because of reviews both here and on other websites and forums saying that this stuff is fantastic.

like new again

14 people found this helpful.
 on October 5, 2013
By Mark S. Sheppard
I have had a gore tex jacket from LL bean for over 4 years now and it has been with me just about any and everywhere I go where I might get soaked. Recently I had noticed that my jacket was not beading up the rain like it used to. It gave me a damp feeling against my skin which I learned is called “wet out” which is a result of the DWR wearing off the garment. I did a bit of research and found this and the nikwax wash. I first washed my garment in the nikwax and then used this spray. I followed the directions and found that this bottle treated 2 garments. I put them in the dryer on medium as directed and the next day, we had a hard rain so I was anxious to see if it did what it said it would. I am happy to report that my jacket beaded like the day I bought it!! I couldn’t be happier and all for such a small price. Much cheaper than buying a new gore tex rain jacket.

The right stuff or Gore-Tex

2 people found this helpful.
 on July 2, 2014
By TedC
Gore calls for only “pump spray” or “wash in” DWR; not aerosol, and McNett has always been one of Gore’s aftermarket partners. This is the “New, Improved” 2012 version of the product. The older product needed to be heated to be activated; an iron or a clothes dryer was recommended. (Note that Gore also recommends a hot iron to revive their factory-applied DWR.) The new product does not require heat, but it must be very dry (the instructions call for 48 hours) before use. On my Aerostich Darien Light jacket I took the extra step, recommended by Mcnett support, of using a hair dryer to make sure it’s dry (the jacket is heavy and complex)without removing all the armor for the clothes dryer. I used the whole “4 garment” bottle on one motorcycle jacket, so you may want to order “up.”
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