Step 1 | Getting Ready...
Check the Care Label inside your jacket to ensure you have the right Wax. Cover your work surface and gather the things you'll need to reproof your Drywax Jacket: a Drywax Stick, a hairdryer, and a lint-free cloth.
Step 2 | Begin applying the wax...
Always start at the back of your jacket, applying an even layer by dragging the wax stick across it, paying extra attention to creases and seams.
Step 3 | Warm the wax...
Using the hairdryer, pass over the areas where you've applied the wax with a moderate heat to soften it into the fabric.
Step 4 | Work in the wax..
Use the lint-free cloth to rub the wax into your jacket, ensuring that it is evenly distributed. Once you have finished the back, you will need to repeat this process for the sleeves and front of your jacket.
Step 5 | Leave overnight to dry..
Once you've re-waxed the jacket, hang it up. Allow to dry overnight in a cool, dry place. Take care to store it away from any other garments to avoid staining.