I could see using it for rain coats, shoes, hats, back packs, out door table cloths, etc. They also make a product, one step for auto interiors, seats, floors, head liners etc. Was wondering how it would work on outdoor rugs, mats etc.
I've not used it but, may try it. Nothing worse than getting caught in rain and then having to work soaked. So would start with shoes, coats, possible jeans, hats, and gloves. Played around on you tube and all seem to be good uses, with videos by real folks. Just curious if anyone here had tried it, and their results.
Not expensive if it works and if it lasts for any length of time. It's also suppose to be great for tents etc.
2011 Toyota Tundra double cab