Can I spray 303 fabric guard through the screens?

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  1. 92coleman

    92coleman New Member

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    Spraying my pup with 303 FG...can I spray the bunk end flaps from the outside through the screening zipped closed or is it better to do it from the inside with the flaps unzipped? Don't want to damage my screens, but seems it would be much easier. Just wondering what others have done.
     
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    You will achieve better results by spraying the flaps from the inside. Consider wearing a respirator; you don't want to waterproof your lungs.
     
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    niagarafam Active Member

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    I have done both. I did it through the screen as a follow up application. It works best when you treat it directly, but I do not think it harms the screen. We open all of the windows when we do it.
     
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    I sprayed the flaps from the inside... Figured that was the most direct approach

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