Shewie wrote (see)
Probably best not to, luckily our dryer is older than Moses.
Yeah ours was quite aged but fully featured, not like this expensive pile of sh** we have now. Anyway to the back up plan, the hairdryer, though i'm gonna give it a quick machine wash first as the hand wash may not have quite cleared the dirt out of the face material.
Luckily i also have some TX direct spray left.
We'll see how it goes.
Include a little history in your walks. Pecsaetan - Ancient Derbyshire, Staffordshire and South Yorkshire - http://pecsaetan.weebly.com/
just to add that if you don't fancy sticking the jacket in a tumble drier, you can always nick the Mrs's hairdrier and give it a good blow-dry. The heat should activate the DWR just like the drier/iron does......
Well i've put the jacket through two short washes and rinses to be 100% certain there was no residual dirt, applied a liberal coating of TX spray, zapped the thing with the hair dryer and it's currently beading almost like the day i bought it.
What a bloody performance though.
If you will have new fangled machines and materials...what do you expect?
You know you should have got a Paramo really (wanders off whistling)
Paramo, for people who like dressing as scarecrows.
You wouldn't need anything over a montane extreme.
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