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SteveElms73
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09/02/2017 09:44AM
I have a down sleeping bag that doesn't seem to have much (if any) DWR. Is it ok to use a spray on DWR to give a bit of protection? I wouldn't want to inhibit any moisture flow but the bag gets damp from dew in the mornings. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
 
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09/02/2017 02:56PM
Excuse my ingorance, but what is DWR?
fraxinus
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09/02/2017 05:16PM
DWR

Sounds like, in answer to the OP's question, DWR isn't a coating that effects breathe-ability, might be worth a try.
09/02/2017 05:31PM
Nikwax DownProof might be what you need.
keth0601
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09/05/2017 11:14AM
Sometimes just throwing it in the dryer for a while can revive your DWR finish. It's not really a coating that can be applied or sprayed on at home...
 
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