Restore the PU coating on your gear to its former glory with some help from Seam Grip TF Fabric Sealant from Gear Aid.
The waterproofing on gear such as your tent, pack, fly or tarp will wear off, become sticky, or start to delaminate over time, which is where this Seam Grip TF comes in. It cures to a flexible waterproof seal, is water based and non-toxic, and is unaffected by extreme outdoor temperatures. This sealant dries down clear so you can barely see it, and is suitable for use on polyester, nylon, canvas, vinyl and other outdoor fabrics.
Seam Grip TF also has a built-in foam applicator brush to make it a breeze to apply it to your gear, so you can have it field-ready again in a jiffy.
Provides a water tight seal
Non-toxic water-based formula
Cures to a flexible clear sealant
Adheres to nylon, canvas, vinyl, polyester and other outdoor fabrics
Long-lasting urethane adhesive unaffected by extreme outdoor temperatures
13L x 3.5W x 3.5H cm
Cures to Flexible Sealant | Urethane Adhesive | Water−Based Formula
Zempire Inner1 answer
Hi the inner of my Zempire trilogy has become sticky and flaky (poly oxford). Do I need to get rid of all the old coating before I use this product?
Michael - Warwick, QLD(3 months ago)
Yes, you would need to remove all of the old coating and clean and dry the fabric before using this product. There is a great video here on How To Re-Waterproof Your Tent that explains the process of doing this!
Kaya - Snowys(2 months ago)
coalman tent fly1 answer
hi, would this be suitable to reseal the outer fly on a Coleman 6person instant-up tent? purchased about 4-5 years ago but now getting drips through the fly seams in heavy rain.
Scott - Tecoma, VIC(1 year ago)
The waterproofing on a tent fly is inside the fly, not the outside. Check out our instructional video How to Re-Waterproof Your Tent Fly for more information on what you need to do, and what you need to do it!
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
Mountain designs trango assualt tub flooe1 answer
Hi, Just wondering if this or one of your other products would work to re proof the fabric of my tent floor. It is allowing moisture through now due to age. I’ve re done the seals but it’s the fabric itself that’s letting the moisture thru.
Waz - Acton, ACT(2 years ago)
If your tent floor is polyester then this should do the trick, unfortunately, we're not familiar with the materials used on Mountain Designs tents, so it's hard to be sure.
Leece - Snowys(2 years ago)
Seam repair on MSR wax coated fly1 answer
Hi there, is this the correct sealant to use on the seams of my MSR hubba fly where the wax coating has started to flake off quite badly? Thank you.