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Seam Grip WP Sealant Adhesive
|Price:||$4.31 - $24.99|
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- Durable –Tough urethane formula bonds permanently to almost anything
- Flexible – Cures to a thin rubber seal that flexes with gear
- Abrasion Resistant – Strong repairs that can withstand scrapes and scratches
- All-Purpose – Bonds with all types of outdoor fabrics, including: nylon, polyester, canvas, and vinyl
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|Seam Grip WP Waterproof Sealant & Adhesive||Seam Grip WP Field Repair Kit||Seam Grip SIL Silicone Tent Sealant||Seam Grip FC Seam Sealant||Seam Grip TF Tent Fabric Sealant|
|Cure Time||8 hours||8 hours||6 hours||2 hours||4 hours|
|Coverage||12 ft||3 ft||24 ft||60 ft||85 sq ft|
|Top Feature||Permanent||In-field repairs||Permanent||Fast cure||Full coverage|
|Primary Use||Tents and gear||Inflatables||Silnylon tents||Nylon tents||Tent floor and rainfly|
Seam Grip WP is a tent seam sealer that goes above and beyond. As a waterproof sealant, it keeps you and your gear dry. This sealant works on all types of fabric, so you can seal up to 12’ of tents, backpacks and more. Make a quick tent repair with this handy tube of sealant, which doubles as a durable adhesive. Wherever you go outside, take this clear sealant with you, because you never know when gear will rip, leak or fall apart. Save your gear and your adventure with the trusty Seam Grip WP Sealant and Adhesive in your pack.
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My advice for applying it would be to forget the brush-cap thing and go out and buy a few more bristle brushes. They don't have to be 'acid brushes' like the one supplied, but they should be somewhat soft and no wider than 3/8" – cheap artist brushes should work fine. You want several and you want them cheap because they will be ruined after using them with this stuff.
When applying, I would squeeze out less than you think you need. Although it's thick, it can be brushed a fair amount and it will still flow out nicely. I found that if I brushed it out as thinly as I could while still getting a complete coating, the final result was good. If you put too much down, the end result is too bulky and thick, which can be a problem if you're folding it, etc. So keep it thin! You can always squeeze a small amount on your brush and add to what you've put down, but you won't be able subtract from what you've put down very easily.
So this is very effective stuff, but it's not very pretty. And it's tacky after it has dried – I ended up applying seam tape over it to help take away the tackiness... it was more effort and cost, but the results are truly bombproof, durable and look reasonably good.
The item being sealed should be held in its natural position while the product cures. If the product you have applied touches any other part of your project, you will have a goopy mess on your hands! Think of ways to suspend your item so that other parts don't touch the applied product. I sealed PVC duffle bags and found that inflated trash bags inside the bags would keep everything the shape they needed to stay in until cured. If your fabric has a sharp bend in it when the product is liquid, if left that way it will probably retain a sharp bend in it when the product cures. Finding creative ways to hang, drape, or suspend your project will make for a successful application.
So many people have claimed how hard this is to work with - It’s not true. Just open a beer, listen to some music, and take your time.
I love my tent, but after going through all this hassle and money - I should have just bought a new tent. My tent is a Hubba Hubba, just a two person. The material is in excellent shape, but the factory seal failed. So, I set out to keep it, and rehab the fly. Knowing what I know now, I would have just bought a new tent - which I will probably have to do anyway.