Aquaseal® Repair Adhesive
Flexible Adhesive For Permanent Gear Repair
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.
- 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
- Washable and unaffected by extreme heat or cold
- Dries Clear
- Moisture cured
- Made in USA
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Best adhesive for attaching felt soles to PVC waders
Following McNett customer service representative's advice and instructions, I sanded the PVC wader boot soles with 40 grit sandpaper and thoroughly scrubbed the sanded sole with MEK solvent. This not only cleaned the surface but also slightly dissolved the PVC making it very tacky. I purchased the 8 ounce tube of Aquaseal and applied it to both the felt soles and the PVC wader soles. I set my kitchen timer for ten minutes. After the bell sounded, I joined the two parts together, verifying the alignment, and used duct tape to secure the felt sole all around the boot perimeter. The waders were hung sole side up and level from a hanger in my garage. The air temperature was 75 degrees with a relative humidity of 65%. I waited two days to ensure thorough curing of the adhesive. After removing the duct tape, I verified that the felt sole was completely adhered to the sole without any gaps. Then I trimmed the excess felt with a razor knife. I then sealed the edges of the felt sole with the remaining Aquaseal adhesive. A week later, I pulled on the waders and walked the local marshes for about six hours. Returning home, I inspected my soles and found them to be secure and without any damage or delaminations. Aquaseal is the best product for this task and I thank McNett for their advise and guidance.