303 Fabric Guard

303 Fabric Guard 16oz.


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Product Description

303 Fabric Guard is a premium patented formula that restores fabrics lost water and stain repellency. Recommended as the best fabric protectant by leading outdoor fabric manufacturer Sunbrella®. Proper maintenance with 303 Products will add to the life of your fabrics, save you money, and … It’s Easy ! Add life to your favorite indoor fabrics and keep the backyard guest-ready with a fabric guard built to resist stains and greatly increase water repellency. Strong enough to fight off red wine and grease, the agents in our Fabric Guard are remarkably safe for use on the finest of fabrics including wool, suede and even delicate silk. The uses are virtually limitless.

•    Repels water
•    Resists soiling
•    Protects against water- and oil-based stains
•    Maintains colorfastness
•    Safe for synthetic and natural fibers


•    Clothing, coats and hats
•    Pool tables
•    Rain gear
•    Tablecloths
•    Flags and banners
•    Furniture covers
•    Outdoor covers and cushions
•    Outdoor rugs and carpet
•    Tents and awnings

303 Fabric Guard Usage Directions:

Product liquid and spray are flammable, keep product and treated article (until dry) away from heat, sparks or open flames. Do not smoke when applying 303 Fabric Guard. Spray until evenly wet, overlapping sprayed areas. NOTE: Reduced coverage when applied with paint roller or brush. Apply to fabric above 70°F/21°C. (For quicker drying/curing and best results, apply in full sun.) Treated material must be protected from rain/dew until completely cured. CURING: 6-12 hours dependent on temperature. If these steps are performed correctly, the material will be water repellent at this point. 303® Fabric Guard™ will need reapplication depending on fabric exposure to sunlight and weather conditions; pour water on fabric to determine need to retreat fabric. COVERAGE: 75-100 sq. ft. (7-9.3 m²) per 16 fl. oz. (473 ml) on lightweight fabrics; 40-75 sq. ft. (3.7-7 m²) on heavier fabrics depending on material and application method.