Sea to Summit does not apply flame retardants or water-repellent finishes of any kind to any of its liners.
The Adaptor Mummy and Traveller Liners are available in the US treated with with Insect Shield. You can find out more about this treatment at https://www.insectshield.com/pages/technology
The Expander liners are treated with an EPA-approved CA-16 silver anti-microbial treatment, marketed under the Ultra-Fresh brand name
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