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.
Material: thermoset urethane
Adheres To: neoprene, rubber, nylon, canvas, vinyl
Cure Time: 8-12 hours (2 hours with cure accelerator)
Application Temperature: 60° to 100°F (above 40% relative humidity)
Use Temperature: -20° to 180°F
Storage: store in bag in freezer
For nearly 30 years McNett gear aid has been the leading maker of care, repair and save products for tents, sleeping bags and Backpacks.
By: Bert Thorbecke on 19 September 2019Product is the best sealant for wader repairs. Fairly quick dry time. Used it on a small hole about 6 years ago and seal is still tight.
Review Aquaseal GlueBy: Anthony Webb on 3 April 2019Amazing bond with flexibility and water resistance. Has repaired my squash shoes which start splitting under high stress. Repair lasts many months. Also repair to inflatable mattress has lasted years. Expensive for a small tube, but is the best glue I have ever found for it's application. Tony
Aquaseal is a trusted name amoungst fishermenBy: Michael Hogan on 22 May 2018Aquaseal has a well earnt reputation amongst fishermen/fisherwomen who need to repair waders and wading boots.
Most versatile glue everBy: Tony Webb on 8 January 2017I have used this type of glue since the '90s when a competitor of McNett sold it under the brand name Urethane Bond but some years ago withdrew it from the market. I was very pleased when a bit of searching unearthed the Aquaseal Adhesive at Wildearth which seems to be McNett's equivalent product. It glues almost anything to anything, is waterproof, usually stronger than the parent material yet flexible. Particularly useful for stopping leaks and joining rubber and foam. Thoroughly recommended Tony