Our impregnation sprays protect decorations and fabric against catching fire (e.g. Christmas trees and decorations as well as soft furnishing etc.). This is particularly important in schools, hospitals and areas with vulnerable people.
- Available in two versions:
- Standard (clear liquid, can be dry cleaned) for treatment of decorations, real Christmas trees, paper etc.
- Special (for treatment of plastic) for treatment of artificial flowers, plastic decorations etc
- Provides flame-retardant protection for a wide range of materials
- Water based and odourless
- Resistant to fungi, insect attack and bacterial action
- Supplied in 500ml spray bottles
- 3-4m? coverage
- Environmentally friendly
- Not suitable for 100% nylon or polypropylene
- Complies to BS 5438:1989
- Tested to BS 4790
- Envirograf 321 spray is non-returnable
Please note: The 321 liquid is only suitable for use on porous materials as it needs to be absorbed to protect the material. This means that it will not work on completely waterproof materials such as PVC etc.
3-2-1 Fire Retardant Spray is an odourless, aqueous liquid that deposits a flame-retardant impregnation onto various materials such as canvas, cardboard, carpets, Christmas trees (natural), clothing, dust sheets, polystyrene, polyurethane furniture, tents, upholstery, wallpaper, and some nylon fabrics.
Complies to British Standard BS5438:1989
There are two types of fire retardants that can be applied: Standard, & Special.
3-2-1 Standard is clear and materials treated with it can be dry cleaned.
3-2-1 Special fire retardant liquid is for application on plastic and nylon synthetic flowers and foliage, as used in hotels, reception rooms, restaurants, and other commercial displays.
Paper, theatrical materials, polyurethane foam, carpets, real Christmas trees, Christmas decorations etc.
Plastic & synthetic material plants, foliage, flowers, etc.
Q. Can fire retardant spray be used on items placed outside that are exposed to rain?
Yes, but you would need to reapply the spray as it would wear off over time. We also supply a washable version of the fire retardant spray which may be a better option.
Q. Can I use fire retardant spray on PVC?
Unfortunately not, because for the fire retardant spray to work it needs to be absorbed in to the material, and PVC is not porous.
Q. Is the 321 spray suitable for use on polystyrene?
I am afraid the 321 spray is not suitable for use on polystyrene. This is because the spray can not be absorbed into the material.
Q. I can see that the standard Fire Retardant Spray is suitable for Christmas trees. Please could you confirm if this refers to artificial or real trees? Thanks
The 321 standard fire retardant spray is suitable for use on real Christmas trees. None of the fire retardant sprays are suitable for artificial trees.