I've just discovered this fantastic product in Fiji
, apparently imported from the Phillipines, called "Leak Sealer - rubberized seal".
I was wondering if anyone would see reasons to talk me out of it? For exemple, i see no mention about UV resistance, and I know that some types of sealant
can actually make things worse when they fail...
I couldn't find much info on the contents of the can... has anyone tried it before?
Is there any boat
chemist who could give their opinions on the product?
I mean... I would never use it on critical locations, where elasticity and resistance is critical and failure could be catastrophic or make damage! But i see dozens of little jobs that would work
way better with this!
, extremely convenient, and my first trials have been extremely promising! So far I've finally rendered leak free a hatch
glass split in half, where all other sealants had failed quickly.
I've sprayed it on my leaky dodger
seams with a tape guide, it nicely soaked in the fabric
then dried flexible but tough, into a nice line.
I've also started spraying my electrical
butt joints to make them waterproof (no "affordable" heatshrink crimps here!)
It seems like the wonder stuff, please stop me if you need before I spray my whole boat!!