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About Mcnett Seal Cement

Don't let a Wetsuit Rip interrupt your fun. Fix it fast with Seal Cement. And why stop there? You can use Seal Cement to Add Pockets to your Wetsuit, Seal Gaskets or Repair Tears on Fishing Waders, Rubber Boots and Gloves. Seal Cement Waterproofs, Seals and Protects against Abrasion for Longer-Life. Seal Cement is more elastic than other Neoprene Cements, so Wetsuit or Dry Suit Repair Flexes like new. Save money and save a Dive by making Long-Lasting Neoprene Repairs in Minutes. Black and Clear Seal Cement are available in 2 fl. oz. (59 ml) Tube, or 4 fl. oz. (118 ml) Can. Seal Cement Cures in 10 minutes so you can even due repairs in the field without interrupting your water activities. Seal Cement is proudly made in the USA.

Mcnett Seal Cement Features

  • Repairs Holes and Tears
  • Contact Cement for Neoprene Repairs
  • Provides Quick-In-Field Repairs to Wetsuits, Dry Suits and Water Sports Gear
  • Rapid Cure (10 minutes) for Fast in-Field Repairs
  • Waterproofs & Seals
  • Protects Against Abrasion
  • Provides Flexibility, Waterproofing and Abrasion Resistance
  • 2 fl. oz. (59 ml) Tube, or 4 fl. oz. (118 ml) Can
  • Precision Applicator Tip with 2 fl oz. (59 ml) Tube
  • Long-Lasting Neoprene Repairs in Minutes
  • NOTE: Seal Cement Clear is Clear, but Cures with an Amber Tint in Color
  • Save Money and Save a Dive
  • Proudly Made in the USA

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Excelent product


from Enumclaw, WA, US

I was having trouble sealing a leak in a air cushion my wife uses on her power chair. Tried inner tube patches with and without weather strip adhesive as other products to no avail. Besides being in a tight fillet nothing adhered well. I came across this repair material and suffice it to say, problem solved.


Love this stuf!


from Winnsboro, SC, US

I am not a diver. Never wore a wetsuit. However, I use neoprene to fabricate holsters and other items. This is the best adhesive for neoprene that I have ever found. Once dry, the bond is stronger than the neoprene itself. Also like that it comes in varied sizes.


Glue for wetsuite repair


from Brooklyn, NY, US

Good stuff, buy it! I have repair my wetsuites (7mm, 5mm, 3mm) with no any problem...


great product fixes more than wetsuits


Easy to use, works faster thanothets

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Jerry C  I wish to brush on several thin layers of Seal Cement as it comes from the tube I have. I want the layers to be quite thin, say 10 mil thick. This will require utilizing a thinning solvent. Toluene is used in this product. Is there another solvent, besides toluene, that could be used?. Thank you.
David E  You need to use Toluene; other solvents do not work (well.). You can buy a quart of this online and have it shipped to places where it is not sold because it's a volatile compound. It you will have to put out some effort to find that. Don't spend time going to paint or hardware stores as mostly they are no longer permitted to sell it except to labs or business accounts. Call and infirm they will ship to your address; they just have to package the shipment with special sealed containment. Hope this works out for you.
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