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Product code: 15901350 / 315159
Clean and proof your outdoor clothing and gear in just one wash cycle.
Granger's Clothing 2-in-1 Clothing Wash & Repel provides great cleaning and durable waterproofing in just one wash.
It uses Acrylic Polymer Technology in place of C6 FC, still delivering a powerful cleaning action and reproofing in a single wash cycle.
Its powerful cleaning action, combined with the water repellency of APT, will enhance the performance of all your waterproof garments whilst saving time, energy and water - perfect for regular maintenance of your favourite outdoor kit.
Wash + Repel does require heat activation, ideally via a low temperature tumble dryer.
Wash + Repel utlilises Granger's new Acrylic Polymer Technology, developed to provide a highly breathable DWR finish which closely matches the real world water repellency and durability of existing fluorocarbon-based proofers.
This product replaces Grangers' old 2in1 Cleaner & Proofer - usage instructions have not altered.
This product has bluesign® certification, meaning sustainable production methods have been used.
Once despatched you will receive updates from the courier.
Express delivery takes 2 working days when order is placed before 1pm Monday-Friday. Once despatched you will receive updates from the courier.
We will notify you when your order is ready to collect.
You will be notified when your order is ready to collect.
Contactless delivery. Your courier will send updates once the order is despatched.
Order by 8pm and get your item delivered to you by 12pm the next working day (Not available for NI, Channel Islands or Highlands)
Bike delivery is £4.95. This applies to all bikes, and these orders are upgraded to a DHL courier service.
Order online and have your items delivered to a store, ready to collect the next day (excluding weekends)
Returning orders to us is easy. Whatever your reason, we offer a refund or exchange within 28 days of delivery or collection.
Take your actual body measurements as they are more accurate than measuring over your clothes or shoes.
Collar: Measure around the base of the neck where the collar sits.
Chest: Measure the chest at the fullest part, placing the tape close up under the arms.
Waist: Measure the natural waistline.
Inside Leg: Measure from the crotch to where your trouser is normally worn on the shoe.
Jacket Length: Measure from the centre back of your neck to your hemline. Then length measurement will vary depending on the style.
Feet: Use a ruler or tape measure to measure your foot (from the heel to the tip of your longest toe) Be sure to measure both feet. Many people have feet of different sizes. Fit to the larger of the two.
Reviewed by Andrew - 9th Apr, 2021
Reviewed by Dave - 18th Oct, 2019
Tried this on multiple garments but was totally ineffective. Can't understand the manufacturers claims or th positive reviews
Reviewed by Swansea Hiker - 27th Apr, 2019
If you like your waterproof gear to get you soaked, then this is the stuff for you. Follow the instructions, and you won't be disappointed. It's also cheaper than Nikwax, which is a bonus. If you prefer to stay dry, then sure, you could use Nikwax. But why would you want that?!
Reviewed by Beckyredka - 5th Nov, 2017
Great waterproofer. Easy to use also. Worked well on my family's waterproof coats
Reviewed by helen - 3rd May, 2017
I've recently started using the Grangers all in one proofing and find it excellent. Having been confused over all the different products available for washing and waterproofing clothing, it was a nice surprise to find something that did it in on go and I'm not disappointed. Ive reproofed my five year old Mammut waterproof jacket and its as it was when new. Im very pleased
Reviewed by Triple - 3rd May, 2017
I normally use Ecover delicate laundry liquid for washing and Nikwax TX Direct Wash-In for reproofing, but this was on offer. It seems to have done the trick but I haven't field tested it. I did place a non water resistant fabric garment I treated under a running tap and the water rolled off it reasonably well. I would suggest, as indicated by the instructions, tumble drying the treated garments with care and to whatever guidelines are on their label. I prefer partially air drying then use a hairdryer to activate the treatment and finish the drying process - time consuming if you got a lot of stuff but better than melting all your gear together by mistake.