Impregnation prolongs the life of clothing and protects against stains. After dry cleaning, the garment is treated with water and dirt repellent. A special molecular layer that prevents the absorption of dirt and moisture is formed around the textile fiber, and the liquid flows off the fabric surface or can be easily removed with a white napkin. Do not use colored napkins, which may leave a color stain on light fabrics.
Protective treatments pay off many times and are very efficient as the items become more elastic, keep their shape better, and stay clean for much longer. The stains will not absorb into the fabric and are easily removable.
Impregnation does not affect the appearance of the object, the characteristics, or the breathability of the fabric. Neither does the impregnation cause allergies or hypersensitivity reactions. The protective agent remains in the fabric regardless of the weather. While washing, some of the material is removed but is activated again when the fabric dries. The durability of the impregnation layer is influenced by the wearing frequency of the object – the protective layer is worn by strong friction, e.g., knees and elbows in children’s clothes. We, therefore, recommend that the garments be impregnated on average after every two times of washing.
What to impregnate?
Trousers (so that winter salt welts would not absorb into the fabric), coats, suits, jackets, skirts, dresses, ties, etc. In summer, we recommend impregnating light clothes.