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Gear Aid Seam Grip is perfect for anyone who loves the outdoors. This urethane adhesive works great for repairing technical outerwear, tents, latex gaskets and so much more.
  • Great for filling holes, just back the hole with tape and apply Gear Aid Seam Grip, let it dry and remove the tape.
  • Repair seams, and tears on tents, rain gear or technical outerwear.
  • Cure time is 8-12 hours. Mixing Cotol, Item # 33502.01, with Seam Grip reduces the cure time to two hours.
  • Urethane adhesive is the duct tape of the boating world, don't leave home without it.

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  • video: Seam Grip Sealant & Adhesive by Gear Aid
    Seam Grip Sealant & Adhesive by Gear Aid
  • Use for gasket replacement
  • Use for repairing small holes/tears
  • Adheres to: neoprene, vinyl, fiberglass, latex

video: Seam Grip Sealant & Adhesive by Gear Aid

Seam Grip Sealant & Adhesive by Gear Aid (0:43)

Seam Grip by Gear Aid is a gear repair kit in a tube. Use it as a tent seam sealer, wader patcher, sleeping pad fixer or boot rebuilder. Works on all types of fabrics and surfaces, including neoprene, PVC, rubber, leather, vinyl and synthetics.

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    can this be used on NRS drysuit? mine is leaking!
    Asked on 3/20/2016 by james from Spokane, wa

    3 answers

    • Staff Reviewer


      Yes, you can use it for this type of repair. This video gives excellent tips - http://www.nrs.com/learn/repair-waterproof-fabric.asp

      Answered on 3/21/2016 by Clyde from NRS


      I used this to repair one of my older dry tops and a skirt. I did use this in combination with another product, seal cement (neoprene cement), for the gaskets and it worked well. I used this product only on the skirt and it did a fantastic job.

      Answered on 3/21/2016 by Anonymous


      Not sure. I know it last forever on a tent. However...when it gets wet on a tent for any length of time it does turn a milky white.

      Answered on 3/20/2016 by Anonymous
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    Can this be used on a inflatable boat's inflatable floor seam ???
    Asked on 6/17/2013 by kevin from new bern n.c.

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer


      Kevin, Seam Grip isn't strong enough for air-holding seams. Use an adhesive designed for that and for the material of the floor. Give us a call, 800.635.5202, if we can help you choose the right glue.

      Answered on 6/17/2013 by Clyde from NRS
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    how is this applied?
    Asked on 2/24/2013 by chris

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      I apply Seam Grip using the nozzle of the tube to smear it along the seam
      kind of like using a caulking gun. If I need to apply to an area I use a
      small disposable paintbrush or scrape on a layer with a piece of scrap
      paperboard to get a smooth finish. Seam Grip is incredibly sticky, needs
      solvents to clean up, and has a pretty short working time so I get my tools
      assembled beforehand and wear latex gloves. If you haven't used it before
      it's worth practicing with a little first. This tube is huge so don't worry
      about running out.

      Answered on 2/24/2013 by Anonymous
    • Staff Reviewer


      Seam Grip is thin enough to be applied using a brush, or you can apply it right out of the tube opening. It's a great consistency for latex gasket repairs and Cotol speeds up cure time. Check out the video on the product page for more ideas.

      Answered on 2/25/2013 by Clyde from NRS


      Messy stuff to use but worth it. I would suggest gloves you can throw away. Open the top and place tube top next to seam and press BOTTOM as you follow the seam.. Takes a few tries to get it right but if you put just enough pressure and good movement along the seam it works well. Don't keep working the product over the seam it creates a big mess. If I missed a seam area I would wet my finger and gently move the product . Tube does not last long so if you start a project be sure to finish and if you have to quit clean the top real good to put the cap back on but use the rest of tube within a few days.

      Answered on 2/26/2013 by Anonymous


      It depends what you need to do. I've replaced gaskets and boots on my dry suit. First clean the area & rough it a little . Then clean with denatured alcohol or ethyl alcohol. Then apply the grip with a spatula -like object or plastic spoon. Let it set overnight at room temperature - et voila, you should be ready to rock & roll.

      Answered on 2/25/2013 by Anonymous
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