Most homes burn to the ground in a matter of minutes because the fabric decor is highly flammable, such as curtains, sofas, carpets bedding etc. With this incredibly effective product sprayed onto your textiles, it cannot catch flame, in fact, it is self-extinguishing.
At last, an off-the-shelf flame retardant spray at reasonable prices.
In the video that can be found below is polyester webbing - cotton fabric and toilet paper for the ultimate test on product treated with FireKote.
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FireKote has been used in various locations. From curtains in bed and breakfast resorts to aircraft seating... any sort of textile fabric that you think could use a little extra protection.
The spread rate is 3m squared to 1 litre, but this all depends on the absorption of the fabric you are trying to protect. Be sure not to under estimate the amount you will need, and the best part is that if you have any product left over you can keep it on the shelf for long periods for when you need it again later.
In the video above we show you one of the best ways to apply our FireKote.
This process is easier to manage and is best used for large amounts of fabric or textile that needs to be coated.
In the video above we show you one of the other ways to apply our FireKote.
This method is best suited for smaller pieces of textile that requires only small amounts of the FireKote product.
FireKote is considered one of the best flame retardant products on the market.
Easy to apply, simply spray on or dip or use a paint brush to apply and leave somewhere warm and dry to dry off.
Remember, this is not a permanent coating. If you get the cloth that you have coated wet then you will need to apply another coat to it.