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Gear Aid (formerly McNETT)

Seam Grip WP Waterproof Sealant and Adhesive - 1 oz

Seam Grip WP Waterproof Sealant and Adhesive - 1 oz
Seam Grip WP Waterproof Sealant and Adhesive - 1 oz
A waterproof sealant and adhesive that goes beyond seam sealing and patching holes.
Gear Aid (formerly McNETT) - Seam Grip WP Waterproof Sealant and Adhesive - 1 oz
Item: 110730-000109
Price: $7.95
Availability: In Stock
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Description

Gear Aid's Seam Grip WP goes beyond seam sealing and patching holes. It waterproofs tents, improves traction, and offers abrasion resistance, too. It works on all types of fabrics, including nylon, vinyl, neoprene, PVC, rubber, and leather.

So take a tube of Seam Grip WP wherever you go, because you never know when gear will rip, leak or fall apart. Save your gear and your adventure with the award-winning Seam Grip WP waterproof seam sealer.

Features

Urethane based seam sealer and repair adhesive
Permanently seals seams and repairs rips, tears and holes in outdoor gear
Flexible, waterproof formula is washable and unaffected by extreme cold or heat
1 oz. tube seals seams about 144" (1/4" wide bead) - on average this is the critical seams of a 2-person backpacking tent
With Cotol-240™ Cure Accelerator added, 1 oz tube seal seams about 288"
8-12 hour cure time - only 2 hours when used with Cotol-240
When applied, Seam Grip cures by reacting with the humidity in the air. It doesn't 'dry' the way other glues do
Safe for use on natural and synthetic fabrics
Excellent adhesion and abrasion resistance
Editors' Choice Gold Award from Backpacker Magazine
Made in USA

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Resealing a Tent we haven't used for years   rating
The adhesive sealant work great for resealing and reattaching the seal strips on the floor of the tent.

Reviewed by: Kenneth from Newark. on 7/16/2020

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