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With Aquaseal by Gear Aid you can easily repair tears and rips in your favorite waders and outdoor gear. Aquaseal is a clear, waterproof adhesive and sealant, specially formulated for the flexibility, adhesion and abrasion protection you need to keep you going.
Part of the McNett family of brands, Gear Aid features trusted repair and maintenance products for outdoor gear. For over three decades McNett has been providing you with the Essentials for Adventure.
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This is the third or fourth time I've purchased this product.
It works fantastic.
I've used it to repair soles on leather shoes, patch a hole in my convertible top,... Read more
I use this stuff all the time to fix leaky waders and this stuff always works. i keep a tube of it in my fishing bag at all times for that unexpected run in with barb wire. Read morePublished 2 days ago by Terry Swartout
Worked perfectly, for small fingernail tear on my TYR Predator 3 wetsuit. Clean thoroughly, follow instructions. Read morePublished 13 days ago by Ravi
Great product but poor canister/applicator. I used it a couple of times and then the opening got clogged and now 3/4 of the tube is wasted.Published 20 days ago by jacksprawl
Glues Velcro to neoprene sheeting. Buy two, the hooks and loops soak-up vinyl glue like mad. Use a Popsicle stick to spread it, and do spread it fast.Published 22 days ago by Kirk Perry
Great stuff! Used it to repair rips in rubber boots, pool liner, and RV awning. Just ordered more.Published 29 days ago by Mr. T
This stuff is incredible. Application is messy but manageable. Threw away the brush I used to apply it, but probably could have soaked it in some solvent. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Kevin Anderson