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Aquaseal Urethane Repair Adhesive

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Aquaseal Urethane Repair Adhesive is ideal for repairing holes and tears in dry bags, wetsuits, paddling apparel and latex gaskets. Waterproofs, seals and protects against abrasion.
  • Aquaseal is the industry standard for maximum strength repairs to wetsuits, dry suits and all water sports products.
  • It bonds to hypalon, neoprene, latex, nylon, vinyl (PVC), GORE-TEX and other trilaminates, many fabrics, foams, composites, and many plastics.
  • It dries clear and flexible and is also self-leveling.
  • Works great for replacing latex gaskets and for adding an abrasion-resistant layer on boats and other boating gear.
  • Mix Cotol™ Accelerator and Cleaner with Aquaseal to shorten cure time. It's also a great cleaner for prepping surfaces for repair.
  • Good tip: Aquaseal is a moisture-cure adhesive. To prevent the unused portion from hardening in the tube, follow these simple steps: Squeeze Aquaseal right up to the opening so there's no air pocket. Then put some vaseline on the threads before screwing on the cap. Now put the tube in a zip-seal bag and store it in the freezer. When you're ready to use the tube again, warm it at room temperature or in the bag in warm water and you're good to go!

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Features:
  • Dries to elastic, clear urethane rubber
  • Use for gasket replacement
  • Use for repairing small holes/tears
  • Adheres to: neoprene, vinyl, fiberglass, latex, many fabrics, foams composites and plastics

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With Aquaseal by Gear Aid, you can easily repair tears and rips in your favorite wetsuit, and other watersports gear. Aquaseal is a clear, waterproof adhesive and sealant, specially formulated for the flexibility, adhesion and abrasion protection you need when you're in the water. Don't let a rip or a tear stop you. Aquaseal will patch that hole in your neoprene, fix the gash in your drysuit, even make an abrasion patch. Aquaseal is all you need to keep your gear going as long as you do.

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  • Easy to use (7)
  • Weather proof (4)
  • Protects well (3)

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Aquaseal

Sticky as hell. Best product I know of for fixing kite bladders. Use Cotol Accelerator to reduce the curing time from 24 hours to 45-minutes. No kidding. Apply to both sides of...Read complete review

Sticky as hell. Best product I know of for fixing kite bladders. Use Cotol Accelerator to reduce the curing time from 24 hours to 45-minutes. No kidding. Apply to both sides of the bladder material or valve, wait 20-minutes or so for it to tack up, then mate the parts. No need for a weight if you do it this way. The parts will stick by themselves.

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The Best Out There

This is the best glue for whitewater uses for reasons stated above. However someday they'll package it in a way that you can get more than one use out of a tube. No matter...Read complete review

This is the best glue for whitewater uses for reasons stated above. However someday they'll package it in a way that you can get more than one use out of a tube. No matter how hard you screw the cap on... you'll always be fighting to get a second use out of the tube!

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4.0

Easy to use and solid

By matt c

from southern Ca.

Verified Buyer

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        Comments about Aquaseal Urethane Repair Adhesive:

        I used this product to glue foam thigh braces into my skin of frame sea kayak. It was easy to use, the bond "set up" quickly, and so far has provided a totally solid bond. Seems like good stuff.

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        5.0

        Aquaseal urethane

        By Mike

        from Oakdale, MN

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Great Adhesion
        • Works Great On Canvas

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Hip Wader Repair
          • Patching Abrasions
          • Patching Tears

          Comments about Aquaseal Urethane Repair Adhesive:

          Great product, easy to apply and it did a great job sealing out water on worn canvas hip boots.

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          5.0

          Excelent Product

          By Hardwood

          from Missouri

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Covers Well
          • Self Leveling

          Cons

          • Long cure time

          Best Uses

          • Seam Sealing

          Comments about Aquaseal Urethane Repair Adhesive:

          I used this to seal the stitching lines on a tent floor, rain fly and on the PVC liner on a pop-up truck camper. It did make the tent heavier, but also dryer. I used a disposable brush and cut the bristles to 1/4 inch long. I squeezed the Aquaseal onto a piece of board, then brushed it onto the material. The tube opening will cure when you stop using it, so I just drilled a new hole for a second and third use. Buy the small tubes unless you are doing a very large project.

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          5.0

          nice finishing touch

          By the animal

          from Spokane, WA

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          Pros

          • Easy to Use
          • Looks great

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Edge On Patch

            Comments about Aquaseal Urethane Repair Adhesive:

            I put fin plates on my inflatable kayaks and read where a company uses this for finishing around a patch, so I thought it would be nice around the edge of the plate, especially since it had to go over some seams. I taped the inside and outside edges to make nice straight lines and spread it on. It looks great and no edges to snag on anything. thanks

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            5.0

            WORKS GREAT!!!

            By Hawkeye182

            from Phoenix, AZ

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                  Comments about Aquaseal Urethane Repair Adhesive:

                  I used it to repair 2 flotation bags and glue down a few d-rings. Easy to work with and holds great.

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                  • Aquaseal Urethane Repair Adhesive

                    Q:

                    can this be used to patch eam tears in a vinyl pool cover that has 85* chemically treated water and is rolled back daily and still stay in place?? any specific prep instructions??
                    Asked on 11/3/2014 by jay from United States

                    3 answers

                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      I used this on a rubber neck seal for a dry suit and it adhered great. Contact with salt water and sunlight does not affect the product. I have never been in a pool with it. I am not sure about the characteristics of vinyl and how it will adhere either.

                      Answered on 11/4/2014 by Anonymous
                    • Staff Reviewer

                      A:

                      Jay, Aquaseal bonds well to vinyl (PVC). It's flexible and chemical resistant. There on the product page, under the More Information heading, there's a link to instructions for using it to make a patch. It's not a contact adhesive, but mixing it with Cotol speeds up the cure time. For a contact adhesive, we highly recommend Clifton Urethane Adhesive, Item # 38700.01; again a good glue for vinyl and there's also a link there for use instructions. If it's a seam you're repairing you'll definitely want to apply a patch over the tear area. Give us a call if you have questions, 800.635.5202.

                      Answered on 11/3/2014 by Clyde from NRS
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

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                      Probably. I haven't tried vinyl, but it works well on polyurethane. Since
                      you want to roll it up at night, you'll want a quick cure time. Use Aquaseal
                      with Cotol-240 to accelerate the cure time. It'll be ready to go in about 45
                      minutes, otherwise overnight.
                      1. Cut patch from similar material
                      2. Lightly sand patch and area to be patched
                      3. Clean both with alcohol
                      4. Mix Aquaseal and Cotol (It will turn milky)
                      5. Coat both the patch and the area to be patched liberally and set
                      them aside.
                      6. Wait about 15-minutes until the goo is gummy (time varies with
                      temperature and humidity)
                      7. When gummy enough so that both pieces will stick together without
                      separating, stick them together
                      8. Kneed out any air bubbles with your fingers, then wait 45-minutes or
                      so until goo isn't sticky anymore (time varies)
                      The same process works with Aquaseal without Cotol, but takes a lot longer.
                      Best

                      Answered on 11/3/2014 by Kupono from Honoluu
                  • Aquaseal Urethane Repair Adhesive

                    Q:

                    Can this be used on a potable water bladder?
                    Asked on 8/1/2014 by Vic the chic from Oskaloosa, Ia.

                    2 answers

                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      I can't speak for the possibility of chemical leeching into your water, but
                      it should adhere just fine.

                      Answered on 8/1/2014 by Anonymous
                    • Staff Reviewer

                      A:

                      Most of these bladders are probably made of a type of plastic that Aquaseal will adhere to. So I'd say probably yes.

                      Answered on 8/1/2014 by Clyde from NRS
                  • Aquaseal Urethane Repair Adhesive

                    Q:

                    Can I use it on a mask (i.e., can someone breathe it in after it is cured)?
                    Asked on 1/8/2014 by Terrier Pines from Sarnia ON Canada

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                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      I would not recommend it. It doesn't smell that great even after it is dry.
                      JB.

                      Answered on 1/8/2014 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Yes, but I would allow extra time for curing. (several days)

                      Answered on 1/9/2014 by Anonymous
                    • Staff Reviewer

                      A:

                      I'm not sure I understand your question. If you're concerned about fumes after it has cured, that shouldn't be a problem. Any solvent in the adhesive will be released in the curing process. Please give us a call, 800.635.5202 or email service@nrs.com if I've missed the mark.

                      Answered on 1/8/2014 by Clyde from NRS
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Yes
                       
                       
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                      Answered on 1/8/2014 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      I would let it cure fully. After curing there should be no volatile substances remaining to breathe in.

                      Answered on 1/8/2014 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Not sure if this is toxic after it drys but I don't believe it is suitable
                      to glue 2 thin ends together. This is used more when you have a patch or
                      larger area contacting a second large area. I would also be concerned about
                      gluing a face mask together since it will be subject to increasing pressure
                      as you descend. It makes more sense to buy a new mask.

                      Answered on 1/9/2014 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      I don't see any issues with cured Aquaseal being on or near your skin
                      nor from breathing air that has been in contact with it. It has a very,
                      very low VOC (solvent/fumes) content even uncured, so after a day or two
                      of curing, it will be fume-free.
                      ps I just used some on the latex seals on a dry suit, and it's amazing
                      stuff.

                      Answered on 1/9/2014 by Anonymous
                  • Aquaseal Urethane Repair Adhesive

                    Q:

                    can I use on bladder from water towable tube to bind a seam?
                    Asked on 8/26/2013 by Dale

                    5 answers

                    • Staff Reviewer

                      A:

                      Dale, we need more information to answer your question. What material is the bladder made of, is the seam open, do the pieces overlap, what size is the opening/tear? Either email us at service@nrs.com, with photos or give us a call, 800.635.5202, and we'll help you get the bladder repaired.

                      Answered on 8/26/2013 by Clyde from NRS
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Would expect a lot of stress on a towable tube and seams especially. Probably would buy new tube.
                      Sent from my iPad

                      Answered on 8/26/2013 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Sure - it goes on thick.  I have applied it to inflatable bladders (PVC) and topped off the repair with a bit of duct tape. 

                      Answered on 8/27/2013 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Not sure. I have used it recently to repair inflatables. Seems OK now but
                      not sure how it will hold up.
                      Dave

                      Answered on 8/28/2013 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Quite possible. I have used this product twice. Once as designed to seal the latex wrist on a drysuit, and a second time repairing a pin hole on an aerobed. In the second case, I used plastic electrical tape to cover the aquaseal at the pin hole site. The following day, the tape had adhered to the aquaseal and the bed was fully inflated and the patch held.

                      Answered on 8/28/2013 by Anonymous
                  • Aquaseal Urethane Repair Adhesive

                    Q:

                    Can aquaseal be taken on passenger air flights?
                    Asked on 1/29/2013 by David from Philadelphia

                    5 answers

                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      I have taken aqua seal on several domestic as well as international flights. However, I believe I always threw it in my checked luggage.
                      Sheila
                      Sent from my iPhone

                      Answered on 1/29/2013 by Anonymous
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      I don't know, contact the airline to see.

                      Answered on 1/29/2013 by scottworth from Cincinnati, OH
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      Call UPS and ask them if it ships as a "HazMat"
                      Sent from my iPhone

                      Answered on 1/29/2013 by Fitzmo from Mazama, WA
                    • VERIFIED BUYER

                      A:

                      I have never tried it in carry-on, but suspect it would not be allowed. I've certainly carried it in my river duffel, as checked luggage, with no problems.

                      Answered on 1/29/2013 by Anonymous
                    • Staff Reviewer

                      A:

                      Aquaseal is flammable. The TSA info page on Prohibited Items - http://www.tsa.gov/traveler-information/prohibited-items#9 - doesn't specifically mention adhesives. We cannot air ship Aquaseal unless it's packaged in a special, and expensive, hazardous materials container. Check with the airline for more information.

                      Answered on 1/29/2013 by Clyde from NRS
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