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If you’ve ever seen what happens to a tarp left out in the sun too long, you know that ultraviolet light and plastics don’t get along. The tarps fade, flake, and generally just fall apart after their time in the sun. Krylon offers a spray-on product that provides a clear layer of protection for outdoor fabrics and plastics to keep them looking good longer.

Krylon designed their UV Fabric Protector for patio furniture, but no one says you couldn’t spray it on a soft-sided tool bag that sees a lot of the outdoors.  My black nylon motorcycle saddlebags would’ve benefited from this stuff. It comes in a standard Krylon 12oz can, dries to the touch in about an hour, and it’s fully ready after 24.  A can goes for about $10.

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4 Responses to Don’t Let Outdoor Fabric Fade Away

  1. rbb says:

    Ideally, would you apply this when the tarp or furniture piece is new? Or does it work for a piece that has been out for a season or two and recondition the finish?

  2. Shopmonger (aka Donny B) says:

    I don’t think it will revive anything……

    but would still be a good idea at any point to put on and start the protection

  3. ambush27 says:

    I wonder if this would protect tires…

  4. Thinkerer says:

    What about cloth upholstery etc. in my Jeep?

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