A little wax goes a long way! This Reproofing Wax is a specially formulated wax that restores and extends the water repellent properties of oilskin clothing and accessories, plus contains insect repellent. It can be easily applied with a handy foam pad, which is included.
- Restores and Extends the Water Repellent Properties of Oilskin Clothing and Accessories
- Contains Insect Repellent
- No Melt Wax
- Non-Greasy Finish
- Includes Handy Foam Pad Applicator
- Made in Australia
- A Little Wax Goes A Long Way
For generations the oilskin coat has been part of the Australian tradition for stockmen and farmers alike. The Burke & Wills range is Australian Made and Australian Owned. Their garments are designed to withstand the harshest climatic conditions our country can offer. All Burke & Wills coats, jackets and vests have extra comfort features to keep you comfy, warm and dry.
Caring for your Oilskin:
- Always hang your oilskin after use, and allow to dry naturally in a well ventilated area
- Remember to keep the garment away from artificial heat or flame
- Do not leave hanging in direct sunlight
- Any excess dirt on your oilskin should be removed with a soft clothes brush, and sponged or hosed down with cold water
- Check your oilskin on a monthly basis for dry patches, especially in areas that are subject to friction such as knees, sleeves, neck and shoulders
- Dry patches indicate that these areas will require reproofing
- During periods of non-use, always roll your oilskin and store in a dry place, away from direct sunlight (Make sure your coat is dry before doing so)
- DO NOT use hot water, soap, detergent or any other cleaning agent on your oilskin
- DO NOT wring, spin or tumble dry
- DO NOT iron or dry clean
- DO NOT stitch anything to exterior of garment without resealing stitches
Burke & Wills is an Australian company established in 1975 in Melbourne. Their expertise has been built on crafting long lasting products and their founding principles of durability, quality and functionality continue to guide them today. Originally inspired by Australian explorers, Robert O'Hara Burke and William John Wills, their design philosophy stems from the Australian landscape and way of life.