- Finish: Oil and Water Repellent
- Category: Cotton, Polyster
- Clients: Workshop, Hotels, Industries
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A waterproof textile should withstand the hydrostatic pressure exerted by a column of water from at least a 1 m height before the first drops of water penetrate through the fabric.
In practice, this is mostly achieved with coatings that have the disadvantages of a stiff handle, lack of air and vapor permeability, and consequently poor wear comfort.