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Aquaseal vs. Seam Grip vs. Freesole

McNett Customer Service
posted this on February 16, 2012 13:11

Aquaseal is a maximum strength, urethane based repair adhesive and sealant. Aquaseal is the industry standard for making permanent repairs to rips, tears and holes in wet suits, dry suits, waders, water sports gear and more. Aquaseal is safe for use on natural and synthetic fabrics including GORE-TEX, neoprene, Nypalon, urethane, rubber and more. Aquaseal is specifically formulated to offer superior flexibility as well as excellent adhesion, waterproofing and abrasion resistance with minimal shrinkage.

Seam Grip is an award-winning, urethane based seam sealer and repair adhesive. Seam Grip permanently seals seams and repairs rips, tears and holes in tents, tarps, sleeping pads, backpacks, outerwear and more. Seam Grip is safe for use on natural fabrics, leather, vinyl, waterproof laminates, PVC and synthetic fabrics including polyurethane, nylon, neoprene, rubber and more. Seam Grip is specifically formulated to offer superior waterproofing as well as excellent adhesion, long lasting flexibility and abrasion resistance with minimal shrinkage.

Freesole is a patented, urethane based adhesive designed for shoe repair and restoration. Freesole rebuilds worn heel and toe areas, reattaches separated soles and creates durable toe caps. Freesole is safe for use on all types of footwear including boots, athletic shoes, climbing shoes, rollerblades and more. Freesole is specifically formulated to offer superior abrasion resistance as well as excellent adhesion, superior waterproofing and long lasting flexibility with minimal shrinkage.

Use Aquaseal when superior flexibility is necessary (i.e., wet suit repair), Seam Grip for superior waterproofing (i.e., seam sealing outerwear and tents) and Freesole for superior abrasion resistance (i.e., shoe repair).