Staying Dry in the Rain Using the DWR

Are you looking for a way to enjoy an outdoor activity when it rains without having to get wet? Well, you can achieve this with the use of the Durable Water Repellent (DWR). Externally, most rain wears are coated with a DWR. The spray is their first line of defense against different forms of precipitation. Truly, the DWR coating prevents water from penetrating your clothing. Without the DWR, the rainwear becomes heavy due to waterlogging. This results in the fabric clinging to your skin. This situation is common with ordinary rainwear when you are rained on. The DWR makes a big difference, and that’s why you need the spray for your own use.

How Should You Apply the DWR?

Using the water repellent is easy. All you should do is spray the DWR directly to your rainwear and allow the clothing to dry in a cool place. The application is convenient for all fabric materials. Next time you want to jog or bike in the rain, you should wear DWR-protected clothing. This will make you dry and comfortable when doing the outdoor activity.

How Does the DWR Works?

Basically, DWRs work by enhancing the water force (surface tension). The surface tension creates a protective seal around your rainwear, preventing water droplets from getting in. At the end of it all, you get to stay dry in the midst of the precipitation.

Where can you get the Spray?

Stormsure has the best DWR brands on the market, and they come in different disposable and refillable packages. The popular option is the Stormproof DWR which you can order in concentrate and ready-to-use forms.

Generally, the application of the DWR on your rainwear allows you to participate in an outdoor event comfortably. The spray can be applied on different textiles, such as cotton, wool, polyester, nylon, and leather.