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Coghlan's Seam Seal

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About Coghlan's Seam Seal

Coghlan s Waterproof Pouch Set
A great tool for camping outdoors is the new from Coghlan. Their water-based seam seal confirms the deal. With its water based sealer that works on nylon and other synthetic fabrics. It is colorless, durable and washable. Coghlan s seam seal gel is something that every avid camper should have. Very useful on camping supplies and puts an end on leaky seams in tents, rain wear, jackets, backpacks, etc. It s so easy to use. Ensure a trustworthy seal on the seams of your polyurethane-coated tent and other outdoor gear with Gear Aid Seam Sure Water Based Seam Sealer. Great for a tent, tarp, pack, rain wear, and other high performance, coated outdoors gear, this high performance sealer waterproofs seams quickly and easily. An eco- friendly, water-based formula, Seam Sure is durable, odorless, and flexible, even in cold temperatures and high wind. Unique brush applicator provides you to work this quality sealer into needle holes, sewn joints, corners, and under lap-felled and folded seams, where its flexibility ensures a waterproof seal. Dries clear quickly. 2 oz bottle, Smart choice for family-sized tents.

Coghlan's Seam Seal Features

  • Easy to use applicators
  • Colorless, flexible, and washable
  • Durable, odorless, and flexible
  • Unique brush applicator
  • lap-felled and folded seams
  • Dries quick and clear

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Shopper  Need to shorten a pair of snow ski pants. Which product do you recommend I use on the seam?
Stormie H  Thanks.
DAVID H  The Coghlan's water-based sealer or the McNett's product should work fine for this application. Apply to the inside of the seam and don't over apply...
Shopper  do I need to seal seams on a new Eureka 1310 tent if yes what do I use
SunnySports S  Yes, all tents need to be seame sealed. The needle holes where the tents are sewn will let water in. I seam seal every 3 years depending on which tent I use the most. This Coghlans, CLNWSS, is as good as any, and it doesn"t smell as bad as some others I"ve used. Make Sure You Get ALL the Seams!Have Fun Out There!Carl
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