Coghlan's Seam SealItem Number: 11337616
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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. The Seam Seal will put an end to leaky seams!
- Use on seams made of nylon or other synthetic fabrics
Country of Origin: United States
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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