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Aquaseal FD Repair Adhesive - Go Dive Tasmania
Aquaseal FD Repair Adhesive - Go Dive Tasmania

Aquaseal FD Repair Adhesive

Accessories - Gear Aid

Regular price $20.00

Aquaseal FD

Repair all types of gear failures with Aquaseal FD, a clear, waterproof urethane adhesive. After it cures, it becomes a flexible, rubber glue that is ideal for fixing outdoor gear that's in constant motion. It also offers excellent abrasion resistance. So, when fishing waders rip on the river or a wetsuit tears while diving through prickly corals, don’t throw it away. Fix it with Aquaseal FD. It’s also useful as a seam sealer. Don’t let rips, tears, and holes stop you. Patch it up with the all-purpose Aquaseal FD and stay dry. 

  • Durable– Tough urethane repair adhesive bonds permanently to surfaces and dries clear
  • Flexible – Cures to a stretchy rubber that bends with neoprene and other elastic gear
  • Waterproof – Provides a water-tight seal that won’t peel or crack over time
  • Abrasion Resistant – Keeps gear looking good by withstanding scrapes and scratches
  • All-purpose – Bonds to all types of outdoor fabrics including: neoprene, rubber, nylon, canvas and vinyl

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Caroline
Non-contact adhesive - pros and cons

I cannot fault the Aquaseal FD Repair Adhesive for adhesive properties - I'm still peeling it off my fingers a week and two dives after using it :-)
I used it to replace the latex neck seal on my trilaminate drysuit.
It is not a contact adhesive, which has advantages and disadvantages:
Pro, it doesn't grab permanently in the wrong position, leaving you with ruts and wrinkles in the join between the suit and the latex seal.
Con, it takes a long time to set, so you have to be really careful that the parts don't separate. My suit has a neoprene collar to protect the seal, so it won't lie flat, and the rim of the seal lifted while the adhesive was setting. [Luckily there was a bead of adhesive remaining all the way round (no leaks) and I bodgied the edges where it had separated with the McNett contact adhesive.]
I recommend making sure the neck of the suit is opened out completely flat, and that the seal is weighted or clamped down around the join while the adhesive sets.

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Tara
Exactly as described

Used it to repair a hole in my wetsuit. Worked perfectly.