Cloth Fireproof can be made less prone to catching and sustaining fire by using a mixture of chemicals.Treatments can help make a material less flammable, but it can’t be made fire-proof if it’s brick, stone or earth.The best the processes can deliver is a retarding effect, which is why the word ‘fire proof’ is misleading.Don’t rely on fire retardation to save you or your bacon in a fire.If there is a fire, don’t be in it.In situations where an item might be exposed to enough heat to be at risk of catching alight or inflaming, such as fabric sitting next to a heat source, flame retardant fabric is best used.Some sources think it’s a good idea for clothing.Use your common sense and do your own research.
Step 1: In a pan, mix 1 pound of alum with a quart of hot water.
To allow room for the fabric, a pan is a good size.
Step 2: You can choose the fabric that you want to treat.
Put it in the pan and wet it.
Step 3: Pull out the wet fabric.
There is a plastic basket to take outside.Hang on a line, over the basket, or over a clothes rack.
Step 4: Once dried, use it.
It should be able to mold to the shape needed with bending.
Step 5: In a pan, mix 1 cup of Ammonium chloride with 2 quarts of water.
Step 6: Add 1/2 cup to mix together.
Step 7: The pan should be completely covered if you dip the fabric into it.
It should be dry as above.
Step 8: In a large container, mix 6 parts/lbs of borax, 5 parts of Boric acid, and 12 gallons of water.
Step 9: Put the fabric in until it is completely soaked.
If necessary, repeat.Allow it to dry.
Step 10: In a large container, mix 7 parts/7 lbs borax, 3 parts/3 lbs Boric acid, and 100 parts/12 gallons of water.
Step 11: Follow the above steps.
17 gallons of water is recommended for sheer fabrics.
Step 12: 9 ounces of water and 1oz water glass.
Step 13: Before dipping in the silicate formula, you need to wash and rinse the fabric.
Step 14: Hang to dry after soaking.
Step 15: 1 gallon of water and 4 ounces of boric acid are needed.
Step 16: In a container, mix thoroughly.
Step 17: Either spray or dip the fabric.
It was dry.