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Gear Aid Aquaseal Urethane Repair Adhesive, 8 oz Tube

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8oz
  • Flexible urethane repair adhesive and seam sealer
  • Industry standard for maximum strength gear repairs
  • Safe on natural and synthetic fabrics including GORE-TEX®, neoprene, rubber and more
  • Repairs rips, tears, holes in outdoor gear
  • Specifically formulated to offer superior flexibility as well as excellent adhesion, waterproofing and abrasion resistance with minimal shrinkage

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Product Details

Size: 8oz
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00IB1Q8N8
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (69 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,485 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Product Description

Size: 8oz

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.

Don't let a rip or a tear stop you. Aquaseal will patch that hole in your raft, fix the gash in your fishing waders and make sure you stay dry.

Aquaseal is all you need to keep your gear going as long as you do.



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Customer Reviews

No more leak in my Neoprene boots !
Aaron Morehouse
It has held up so far through two subsequent uses, and the repair is still perfect.
Bike Happy
Works very well for fixing rubber items.
M. Cicero

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

36 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Chuck Pearson on January 14, 2011
Size Name: .75-Ounce Verified Purchase
I have used this to repair seam leaks in a float, seam splits in wetland boots, and tears and puncture holes in wetland boots. All repairs continue to hold. I let it cure overnight in all cases. It is thin and tend to flow so try to position the repaired section upright and level to keep a good layer of adhesive on the repair. I used plumber's silicone grease on the threads of the tube to keep the cap from sticking. Keeping the tube in the freezer will give the product a longer life unless your wife throws it out, in which case the life is shorter.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Jon Gregory on May 25, 2010
Size Name: .75-Ounce Verified Purchase
Amazing sealant!

I used Aquaseal on my three seat SeaDoo jet tube.
I had 2 small leaks and a one inch tear on a seam.
I thought that this tube would have to be trashed.
We used the tube and the Aquaseal repairs held up with no problems.
At one point there was 300 pounds bouncing at 25MPH on this tube with no air loss.
After the day tubing, I did not deflate the tube to check for any leaks,
48 hours later and it was still full of air.
Incredible product, I definitely recommend it.
Note, it really does take 8 hours to cure.

JGS
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Helen Brazaitis on September 1, 2013
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does an excellent job. MAKE SURE TO FOLLOW THE DIRECTIONS AND STORE IN THE FREEZER, we just stored it in a drawer the first time and the tube hardened up.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Pamela J. Erb on January 18, 2011
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I have muck boots that I wear when I clean equine stalls and turnout areas. The sole was coming loose and I hated to get rid of a great pair of boots. I looked online for the manufacturer's recommendations and Aquaseal was their product of choice. My boots are as good as new now!
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By RDailey on November 9, 2011
Size Name: .75-Ounce Verified Purchase
This adhesive works great. I repaired a wet suit and a pair of waterproof boots. It sealed the holes effortlessly and permanently. Several dives later and the repairs are still intact.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Jason Marana on October 6, 2013
Size Name: .75-Ounce Verified Purchase
in my line of construction/maintenance/ carpenty work boots get abused like non other.to make a pair of boots stretch i've used caulk, different types of epoxy, sealants to close the gaps that come with use. all of that stuff peeled off,failed and water got through. once i ordered this stuff i was convinced. this sealed all gaps in the boots and never came off. the cured product looked great too. the sealant outlasted the boots. this stuff is a must for anyone wanting to keep worn in boots waterproof.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By DS Max on February 17, 2014
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I used this to repair some u-shaped cuts in my seventy blue helix tri wetsuit and it worked like a charm. The material is flexible and bends with the suit, avoiding those hard patchy areas I was expecting to feel. It keeps the water out and has a strong adhesion to the wetsuit material as well. I highly recommend this product for wetsuit repairs.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By dano on May 21, 2014
Size Name: .75-Ounce Verified Purchase
We had a tear (1.5" long, no material missing) in the rubber door boot on our 2010 front-loading washer, and the tear caused about 1 cup of water to leak out for a normal load. Duct tape kept the leak down to about a few tablespoons per load 'til we had someone come out to look at it; they wanted $300 P+L to replace the boot, and being an avid DIY'er I wanted to see if there was something I could do myself.

The boot itself ran $200 and the install instructions and videos I found online gave me pause as it seemed tricky. So then I set about looking for a "repair the tear" solution. I first tried vulcanized bicycle tube patches but those didn't stay put (I'm guessing the type of rubber on the boot was incompatible?); and then I tried some "rescue tape"--basically black electrical tape with built-in silicone (or similar) sealant on the tape--that didn't work, either. Then I tried this stuff. Because the tear wasn't completely horizontal to the ground (it was at a 45° angle), the adhesive ran a little and so I gave it a couple of applications to make sure coverage was adequate. And I experimented with some "duct tape dams" to try to minimize the adhesive's movement as it cured.

I applied this almost 3 months ago and the washer has not leaked a drop since. So it's been a great success!
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