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tjoni
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Posted:I'm sure there was a post on this a while ago, which I can't find now.. Does anyone know how to treat fabrics (including synthetics) to make them fireproof? Many thanks. XXOO

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flash fire
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Posted:This one
this one

and this one
all should help.

[ 21. November 2002, 10:54: Message edited by: flash fire ]


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SilverEyes


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Location: Dallas, TX, USA

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Posted:We use cloth flame retardant from these folks:

www.flameseal.com

They have different blends for synthetic and natural fiber material. It's odorless, colorless, and does not leave stain residue. It is effective, but is not impervious - it will not completely prevent a fabric from burning, but it will keep it from igniting from simple contact with open flame. Hope this helps.


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