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Mcnett Seal Cement


Price: $6.69 & FREE Shipping
Black
2 OZ
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Ships from and sold by Seavenger, Corp.
  • Contact cement for neoprene repairs
  • Waterproofs, seals and protects against abrasion
  • Quickly repairs and cements wet suits, dry suits, boots, gloves, fishing waders, orthopedic supports, inflatable toys, and hundreds of other rubber articles.
  • Repairs holes and tears, while protecting against abrasion
  • Rapid cure for fast in-field repairs

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Product Description

114543 Features: Ideal for use on wetsuits, drysuits, boots, gloves, waders, inflatable toys, and hundreds of other rubber articles Comes in 2 ounces or 4 ounces, and black to applicator brush enclosed Specifications: Volume: 2 and 4 fluid ounces

  • ASIN: B000MMI7X8
  • Product Dimensions: 4 x 4 x 2 inches; 1.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Item model number: 14114
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #10,959 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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    Customer Reviews

    So it will last you more than one wetsuit will.
    Ekat
    I used this product to repair a tear, that had formed in the neoprene of my wetsuit glove near my thumb.
    Amazon Customer
    I applied following the directions carefully and it works very nicely.
    David D

    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By JoelSolo on May 17, 2012
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: 2 OZ Verified Purchase
    I got this product to fix my 7mil open cell freedive suit that had some tears from a fall on the rocks. One tear was about 4 inches long on the back of the leg and the other was about 2 inches long on a stitched seam just over the knee. I was a bit skeptical about how it would perform after reading the directions. The 2 applications seemed weird but I followed them to the word. My suit had tears that were in the middle of the leg and on the knee so it wasn't like the picture that shows a tear from an edge. To keep the edges of the neoprene apart during application I just used a toothpick to keep them separate. It worked great. After the 2 applications of the cement I was careful to align the edges before I pushed the seam together. The stuff is like contact cement in that you get one chance on contact, if you screw up, you're screwed. After I finished the repairs I was impressed how well the tear stuck together but I knew the real test would be on the next dive. I dive northern California so there are a lot of rocky acrobatics just to get in the water so wetsuits take a ton of abuse. The repairs performed very well. The knee held for 4.5 hours of diving with no signs of failing. I'm totally satisfied with the product and highly recommend it.
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Ekat VINE VOICE on August 25, 2011
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: 2 OZ Verified Purchase
    This glue was very easy to use - just put some on your rip, wait a little and press together. And you are done. No 24 hrs to wait till you can use your wetsuit again, no mess, no nothing. It comes with a brush, but I just squeezed the glue directly from the tube onto the seam where I had some separation. It is flexible after it dries and seems to be very strong. The tune is huge as well. So it will last you more than one wetsuit will. Price was good as well.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By B. Wueste on July 8, 2014
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: 2 OZ Verified Purchase
    I needed something to fix a tear in my triathlon wetsuit. After some googling and youtube video watching it seemed like seal cement was my best option. The instructions that come on the packaging aren't entirely helpful so be sure to watch some videos to see demonstrations on how to use this effectively. Also, the little paint brush that comes in the package isn't fine enough and ends up leaving a gloppy mess - much easier to just use a toothpick. When squeezing the tube while closed to mix and agitate, use caution when eventually opening the cap as I had a bunch just shoot out and make a mess.

    Overall this is a very good product and my wetsuit tear has been successfully patched.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Barry Lochridge on April 3, 2013
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: 2 OZ Verified Purchase
    After a lot of online research I chose McNett's Seal Cement to repair some tears in my Zoot triathlon wetsuit. I cleaned the torn area with acetone first. Then I took the advice of other users and squeezed some McNetts onto a piece of cardboard--not directly onto the tear--and applied it with a toothpick. The result was a neat looking, nicely sealed repair. I haven't worn the wetsuit yet since repairing, but as I stretch it in the area of the repair, it seems solid.
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    Color Name: BlackSize Name: 2 OZ Verified Purchase
    somehow i snagged my wetsuit on my last diving trip and a buddy recommended rubber cement to patch it up before the snags get worse. i would recommend using a toothpick to apply the cement as you will have better control of spreading it out to get a smoother patch. i would also recommend squeezing out a little bit onto a piece of paper or plate vs. squeezing it directly onto your wetsuit.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Priority Shipping on April 16, 2014
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    I use this product to extend the life of my neoprene shoe covers which I use when I bike.

    I get a ton of rips and tears on my shoe covers because they see a lot of use in the pacific northwest.
    This product does an amazing job to repairing the torn areas.

    The repaired areas are stronger and more abrasion resistant than the original neoprene material.
    I am seriously considering painting my entire shoe cover with this stuff.

    I can't recommend enough.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Alex Linthicum on January 8, 2014
    Color Name: ClearSize Name: 4 OZ Verified Purchase
    It is a great cement, but is not really clear in color...it is yellow once dried (similar to wood or gorilla glue).

    Dries very hard, but appears to be holding for the wetsuit repairs i used it for.
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    1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Triathlete in NEB on July 25, 2014
    Color Name: BlackSize Name: 2 OZ Verified Purchase
    Did a good job of fixing a 1/2 inch rip in my wetsuit. Instead of using the supplied brush, I used a toothpick to apply. Kept the fix pretty clean.
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