Charles Macintosh FRS (29 December 1766 – 25 July 1843) was a Scottish chemist and the inventor of waterproof fabric.
Here is the few information about him which you can read and also understand that how good he was for that industry.
Fact Number 1: He Was Born Glasgow, Where His Father Was a Dye-Maker & Merchant Who Found a Way to Use People’s Urine for Profit
Fact Number 2: His Rainproof Cloth Helped British Explorers Survive an Expedition to the Arctic
Fact Number 3: The Mackintosh Raincoat Is Named for Him, Though It Is Spelled With a K
Fact Number 4: He Was Married & Had a Son, George
Fact Number 5: He Died in 1843 & Was Buried at the Glasgow Cathedral