Waterproofing Gauteng increases the value of the building. This system prevents unwanted moisture from seeping into your walls, thereby allowing mold to grow. Mold can impact our health in a negative way. It also prevents damage caused due to water seepage which can ruin the structural integrity of the building.
Waterproof clothing has many many myths, claims and strong opinions around it; I have heard so many of them over the years that it still amazes me what some companies will sell as “waterproof.”
The properties of waterproof clothing
Lets start with the first truth that no one likes to admit: making something waterproof is extremely easy and cheap — just pick up any plastic bag and you have a waterproof item. Or better, take a big bin liner, make holes for your head and arms and you have a perfectly waterproof garment. It might not be pretty or fashionable, but it will keep you dry.
The only problems with a bin liner (besides style) is that it is very flimsy and offers no breathability at all. When we are being active, we sweat a lot in order to cool ourselves. This sweat, when wearing a bin liner, will stay inside and keep us wet, rendering the waterproof part redundant. So the greatest challenge with waterproof garments is making sure it is breathable. The other thing that a bin liner.
What is true and what not about waterproof clothing
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