Gear Aid Seam Grip Sealer & Adhesive
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Gear Aid Seam Grip Sealer & Adhesive

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NZ$19.99
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The Seam Grip Sealer & Adhesive by Gear Aid® is a gear repair kit in a tube. Use it as a tent seam sealer, sleeping pad fixer or equipment rebuilder. Works on all types of fabrics and surfaces, including neoprene, PVC, rubber, leather, vinyl and synthetics.
  • Product Description
    Seam Grip® by Gear Aid® is a gear repair kit in a tube. Use it as a tent seam sealer, sleeping pad fixer or equipment rebuilder. Works on all types of fabrics and surfaces, including neoprene, PVC, rubber, leather, vinyl and synthetics.   Seam Grip goes beyond seam sealing and patching holes. It waterproofs tents, improves traction and offers abrasion resistance, too.   So take a tube of Seam Grip wherever you go, because you never know when gear will rip, leak or fall apart. Save your gear - and your adventure - with the award-winning Seam Grip seam sealer and repair adhesive.
  • Design features
    Urethane based seam sealer and repair adhesive
    Permanently seals seams and repairs rips, tears and holes in outdoor gear
    Flexible, waterproof formula is unaffected by extreme cold or heat
    Safe for use on natural and synthetic fabrics
    Excellent adhesion and abrasion resistance



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Will one tube do the whole Olympus Tent?
Sonia M on Jul 6, 2020
BEST ANSWER: Hi Sonia,

Yes, this should be sufficient for the Olympus, as long as you aren't applying this too thick on the seams.

Thanks, The Macpac Team