Neoprene is a type of foam that can be glued. Neoprene often comes with a fabric already glued to it such as nylon found on a wet suit. Neoprene foam can be glued but often the fabric on one side of the neoprene cannot be glued.
The leading solution for repair of gear used for watersports as well as wet and dry suit repair. Perfect for sealing and protection from tears and scratches. Great for use around the home and in the field.
DIRECTIONS FOR NEOPRENE REPAIR: Clean damaged area with solvent (paint thinner, nail polish remover or similar). Trim loose threads. Non-fabric surfaces should be roughened with sandpaper, and then cleaned. Apply Aquaseal® to surfaces directly from tube or with knife or flat stick. Keep repair level overnight. Avoid contact with other surfaces. Most repairs reach full strength overnight (10–14 hours). Allow longer for thickest repairs.
HOLES AND TEARS: Create backing with removable tape. Fill void and 1/4" beyond edge with Aquaseal®. Remove tape after full cure.
SEAMS: Apply 1/16" thick bead overlapping seam edges by at least 1/4". Apply with slight pressure to saturate fabric surfaces.
HIGH WEAR AREAS: Apply thin coat with knife for flexible abrasion resistance.
WARNING: FULLY CURED AQUASEAL® IS SLIPPERY WHEN WET. For added traction on footwear, sprinkle sand on uncured Aquaseal® half an hour after applying.
CLEAN UP: To remove Aquaseal® from hands, buff with cloth soaked in paint thinner, nail polish remover, or 99% isopropyl alcohol.
STORAGE: Advance contents to tube neck. Wipe clean and cap. Keep in cool, dry place; for extended life, place in freezer. To thaw or for easier-flowing contents, soak tube in warm water for 15 minutes.
Perfect contact cement for fixing tears in neoprene. It dries quickly. Protects against water penetration. Compatible with most rubber items intended for wet or dry use. Repairs items such as gloves, boots, fishing waders whether for water sports or orthopedic purposes.
DIRECTIONS: Shake tube well (60 seconds) before using. Thoroughly clean and dry entire area for repair. Apply cement on both edges of the repair area. Allow this first coat to dry for 5 minutes. Next, apply a second coat to the repair area and allow it to dry for an additional 10 minutes. Press and hold edges of repair together for long lasting repairs.
STORAGE: Advance contents to tube neck and cap securely. To promote longer product life, always store tube in a cool, dry place with the tip end down. Original package blister card may be used for storage.
Our spray glue will bond layers of neoprene together. Spray both layers and allow 1–2 minutes to become dry and tacky. Then stick both layers together. Not for use on neoprene seams.