Coghlan's Seam Seal
Be sure to take the Coghlan's® Seam Seal on your next camping adventure! It waterproofs sewn seams made of nylon or other synthetic fabrics. Use it on tents, rainwear, jackets, and backpacks. Coghlan's® Seam Seal is perfect for on-the-go repairs and is fully washable. This flexible, colorless sealer is the solution to torn seams on your outdoor gear.
- Use on seams made of nylon or other synthetic fabrics
Country of Origin: United StatesWeb ID: 11337616
Rated 3 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 2 out of 5 by John100 Runny and messy While this does do what it's supposed to (a popup rainstorm hit while I was applying this to my tent. The treated seams stayed dry, the untreated seams leaked just a little) it's really thin and clear, so I wasted a lot that dripped down, which I had to wipe up as I was applying it. Plus, it turned white when it dried, which just makes my tent ugly. The seam sealer I bought for my last tent applied with a small brush, which I think worked better. Plus, the application tip was the wrong size to screw on to the tube. I had to force it on crooked and hope it didn't leak around the threads. August 5, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Skip Tent staid dry My daughter took my old tent out to a KOA for 5 days. It didn't rain heavily but it did rain and her and the grand kids staid dry. July 23, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by geowiz1569 Does the job Application is runny and difficult but it gets the job done, tent didn't leak! September 10, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by Mer the Beginner Go with the roll-on I'm sure it works great, but a rool-on is much easier to make sure you reach all of the seam. It also drips too fast out of the tube. April 30, 2012
Rated 1 out of 5 by Cache Seeker Terrible stuff---Will not use again I bought this yesterday to seam the seams on my "new" tent that had never been sealed. I ran out of the other brand I had bought at another sporting goods store and since this was the only one that Dick's had I decided to try it. In the past I have used a sponge bottle applicator or more recently poured the sealer on a plate and used a sponge brush. That method worked quite well. I decided to use a small cup this time. I pored the stuff in the styrofoam cup and went into the tent. This stuff smells to high heaven and melted the bottom of the cup!! I had quite the mess in the tent as I was trying to do the floor seam at the back of the tent. I had a puddle on the floor, drips as I ran out and it got all over my hands. I am not a happy camper and will be returning this pronto. I will drive the extra miles to buy the brand I used for the rainfly. I used a styrofoam plate when I applied that without a problem. No more of this stuff for me. I can't recommend this to anyone. The review won't let me give a zero star rating but that is what it deserves. Now I have to figure out how to get it safely off my hands. July 18, 2011
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