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DURABLE LIQUID REPELLENCY 

DLR Textile Protection

Hydrophobic, cutting-edge technology creates an ultra-thin, odor-free, invisible shield that helps repel rain, snow, salt stains, mud and dirt, grass stains, pet stains, cosmetics, wine, coffee, and more to keep your favorite items clean and looking new for longer.

Helps keep your shoes, apparel, and upholstery protected.

Key Properties of DLR Textile Protection

  • Resistant to bacteria, mould & algae, hydrolysis, acid rain, and environmental pollutants
  • Can be used on any textile surface.
  • 200% flexibility.
  • Non-irritating and non-sensitising on human and animal skin.
  • Pure and safe.
  • Non-aerosol – DLR is not flammable and does not contain the aerosol propellant that can harm the environment.
  • Bonds with surface – DLR will not change the color, texture, or breathability of your fabrics.
DLR Textile Protection
PFAS, PFOA, and PTFE free.

DLR
Eco-friendly protection.

DLR Textile Protection offers fibre protection for textiles so spills and soiling are easy to clean. The super thin layer of liquid glass will prevent substances like water and oil from soaking in to the fabric so cleanup is simply wiping it away.
THE LIQUID SLIDES OFF THE SURFACE OF THIS TREATED PILLOW.

Asset protection.

Resistant to:

  • Water.
  • Humidity.
  • Oil.
  • Soil & stains.
  • Bacteria & other microbes.
  • Mould & algae.
  • Hydrolysis.
  • High temperatures.

A clear and very practical use for the product is asset protection in the form of a physical coating over any floor covering, fabric, or upholstery. Once applied, DLR Textile Protection will invisibly protect the fabric from accidental spills and damage. The coated fibres will last on average 2.5 times longer than similar untreated fibres. This is especially important on seating and high-use traffic areas such as corridors and busy offices. The coated surface does not change in colour or texture and is completely odourless.

Reduced cleaning or replacement costs.

  • Linens.
  • Bedding.
  • Soft furnishings.
  • Upholstered seat cushions.
  • Biminis.
  • Carpeting.

In many business sectors the process of cleaning and keeping a high standard of hygiene is paramount, in almost all cases the cost of the actual cleaning chemicals/products and labour contribute to a significant cost to the business. Once a coating of Liquid Glass Shield is applied the surface it will become far more resistant to dirt, grime, and stains and the actual process of cleaning will be far easier as only plain water will be needed where once chemicals would be required to achieve the same result.

In recent tests it was found that not only did labour time significantly reduce but the saving on chemicals and other cleaning products was reduced by over 86% giving a massive saving on standard cleaning practices. More importantly, the saving is also mirrored by a drastic reduction in harmful chemicals being washed into waste water systems which is a major contributor to pollution and damage to wildlife and plants.

Aviation

  • Uniforms.
  • Ground crew.
  • Carpets.
  • Upholstery.
  • Fabrics.

Liquid Glass coatings have already been trialled extensively on private jets. On interior surfaces the coatings have been used to protect carpets and fabrics against staining and wear.

Our antibacterial coatings will allow the client to travel in an environment which is as clean as possible.

Marine.

  • Uniforms
  • Upholstered seat cushions.
  • Biminis.
  • Carpeting.

Like the aviation industry, our fabric coatings have proven invaluable to any individual or business who use and are responsible for the upkeep/maintenance of the interior of marine craft from small boats to luxury yachts. Liquid Glass coatings have been tested on a wide range of vessels. The marine environment is very tough and yet Liquid Glass coatings have proven to offer excellent performance. On cruise liners, expensive state room carpets become stain resistant, as do linens, bedding, and soft furnishings.

Facilities.

  • Sofa protection and seating areas.
  • Chairs.
  • Uniforms.
  • Upholstered seat cushions.
  • Biminis.
  • Carpeting.

Like the aviation industry, our fabric coatings have proven invaluable to any individual or business who use and are responsible for the upkeep/maintenance of the interior of marine craft from small boats to luxury yachts. Liquid Glass coatings have been tested on a wide range of vessels. The marine environment is very tough and yet Liquid Glass coatings have proven to offer excellent performance. On cruise liners, expensive state room carpets become stain resistant, as do linens, bedding, and soft furnishings.

Medical.

  • Uniforms.
  • Linens.
  • Gowns.
  • Waiting room furnishings.