When it’s bucketing down with rain, the seams of your tent or shelter might struggle a bit. But, if you give it a coat of Gear Aid Seam Grip Fast Cure Seam Sealant before your trip, you can camp with confidence.
This product is water-based urethane, will easily spread over large surfaces, and dries fast and clear. It’s also flexible, odourless and lasts for a long time. Perfect for use with polyurethane coated fabrics such as tents, tarps, and rain jackets.
Maintain the seams on your shelter before your next adventure with Gear Aid Seam Grip Fast Cure Seam Sealant, so you can sleep soundly even when the weather turns.
Dries fast and clear
Flexible when dry
Ideal for use with polyurethane coated fabrics
13L x 3.5W x 3.5H cm
Dries to a clear flexible clear film
Canvas Tents1 answer
Can this product be used on canvas tents?
Alex - Sherwood 4075(11 months ago)
We've recommend the standard waterproof Seam Grip for repairing canvas tent or swag seams. The seam sealant you've commented on is ideal for polyurethane tent floors, etc
Lauren - Snowys(11 months ago)
Drying time?1 answer
Hi, how long take to dry?
Jarno - Airlie Beach, QLD(3 years ago)
The Sealer will need around 4 hours of curing time depending on the application.
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
how many bottles do i need1 answer
I have a two man hiking tent, Vango pulsar 200, how many bottles of seam sealer roughly would I need.
aaron - Swan Bay(5 years ago)
We've given the suppliers a buzz, and done a quick run around the office to see how much other people have used, and the consensus is around 2 tubes.
Its abit hard to say specifically as we dont stock the Vango tents and cant check out the seams for ourselves, but some of the people here have seam sealed their 2 person dome style hikers with 1 tube. Give the Vango has that extra vestible, we'd go for a second tube.
You really dont need much at all, just apply a super thin layer and you should be right.