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I saw this at a WAHM site and was wondering if you use it. How well does it work? Would you recommend using it? Would you recommend using it to give daipers that are not waterproof a little waterpfoofability? (Ok I don' tthink that is a word)
 

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I use Permanent Water Guard. I treat AIOs, covers, or pocket dipes that wick at the thighs. I only apply it to the outside of the dipe and only to the problem areas using a pastry brush. It works great and I have never had to apply it more than once.
 

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Yes, I use it. I spray all my AIOs (that I sell) with a print outer with it, and I spray new AIOs I recieve with a print outer. I've never had any wicking with it. If you use it, SPRAY IT OUTSIDE! It will kill your lungs. <img alt="" class="inlineimg" src="http://www.mothering.com/discussions/images/smilies/thumb.gif" style="border:0px solid;" title="thumbs up">
 

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i've used coleman too to rewaterproof my fuzzibunz after dh bleached 'em one too many times (bleach kills the waterproofing). it works for a while, but eventually fails and we have to rewaterproof again.<br><br>
anybody have anything that works better than coleman?
 
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