Seam Grip (Sealer) Outdoor Gear Repair

The industry standard for repairing tears, patching holes, and sealing seams on uncoated or urethane coated fabrics.

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Help your tent keep the rain out!

 Seam Grip is amazing. It’s an award-winning repair adhesive that can keep you dry in any weather. It permanently seals the seams on your tent, pack and rainwear. It can repair rips, tears and holes in your gear, too. It’s your all-purpose liquid tool in a tube. Seam Grip is part of a comprehensive line of Care and Repair products from Gear Aid. With Gear Aid, anyone can be a master of gear repair. Ideal for on uncoated and polyurethane coated fabrics.

 Long considered the industry standard, Seam Grip was awarded the prestigious Editors’ Choice Gold Award from Backpacker Magazine in 2002.Use Seam Grip to repair surfaces or seal seams of natural and synthetic fabrics, waterproof laminates, leather and vinyl. Seam Grip may be used to repair all types of waders and footwear, neoprene, PVC, rubber, and more. Concentrated and waterproof, Seam Grip offers excellent adhesion, long lasting flexibility, superior traction and abrasion resistance, with minimal shrinkage.

  • Seals the seams on tents, tarps, backpacks, rainwear

  • Permanently patches holes and repairs tears

  • Washable and unaffected by extreme cold or heat

  • One tube seals seams on an average 2-person backpacking tent

Note: For silicone-treated tent and tarp fabrics, use SilNet™ Silicone Seam Sealer and Sil Fix Adhesive. 

Additional Info

Additional Info

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  • 1 oz. (28.4 g.) tube of Seam Grip urethane repair adhesive
  • 1 applicator top
  • 1 Application brush


New life for older gearReview by MadMike
I have been using this McNett product for years. It repairs tears, seals seams, repairs shoes, builds up worn down items. I've used it on pointed objects to reduce the risk of puncturing something or yourself, use it as an insulator on wire, repair an air mattress. Make the repair by masking off the area, applying the product, wait 15 minutes, remove the tape an let it dry for 24 hours. I store it upright in the refrigerator to prevent it from sealing itself to the cap and making re-use difficult. If you can buy the tiny tubes, wasting a larger tube is less of a problem. Great care must be taken when sealing a tent rainfly. It can get messy if you try and tackle too large an area. Will not work on silnylon. Use McNett Sil Net for this material. (Posted on 12/24/15)

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