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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Nikwax's Rope Proof page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Keep your ropes in good, functioning condition with Nikwax's Rope Proof. This product adds water repellency synthetic ropes so they maintain strength and resist weight gain. PRODUCT FEATURES: Adds water repellency Prolongs life and performance of all synthetic ropes Maintains strength Reduces weight gain in wet weather Easy to apply 4 year shelf life Ideal for all synthetic ropes

- Appalachian Outdoors

Protect and add water-repellency to your equipment. Product bad if frozen.

- CampSaver.com

Rope Proof by Nikwax USA - Buy Climbing at Mountain Gear

- Mountain Gear

Nikwax Rope Proof is a wash-in waterproofing solution for your synthetic rope. This product repels water while maintaining strength and minimizing weight gain. Nikwax Rope Proof prolongs the life and performance of your rope. When you rely on your gear to keep you safe, rely on Nikwax Rope Proof to keep your rope performing the way you need it to. This product has a 4-year shelf life. How to Apply: It is essential ropes are clean before proofing. Place clean ropes in a bucket and submerge fully allowing to soak for 2 hours. Agitate every 15 minutes. Place the rope and solutions in a washing machine, set to a synthetics cycle at 40 (degrees) and allow machine to run full cycle including rinses. Tumble dry for 60 minutes on a low or medium heat setting and allow to dry thoroughly in a well ventilated area before use or storage (recommend several days drying). Volume guide Use 1 litre of Rope Proof for a 50 meter length of rope

- OMCgear

Nikwax Rope Proof

previously retailed for:
$13.50 - $28.25

The Nikwax Rope Proof is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 29, 2015 at Appalachian Outdoors.

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