Aquasure® Urethane Repair Adhesive & Sealant
Flexible Adhesive For Permanent equipment Repair
With Aquasure® by McNett® you can easily repair tears and rips in your wet or dry suits and many other types of watersports equipment. Aquasure is a clear, waterproof adhesive and sealant, specially formulated for the flexibility, adhesion and abrasion protection you need to keep you going.
Aquasure is all you need to keep your equipment going as long as you do.
- Strong – permanent repairs
- Flexible – transparent finish
- Abrasion resistant
- Suitable for most materials
Ideal for permanent repairs to tears, holes and rips in GORE-TEX® fabric, waders, wet suits, dry suits, float tubes, inflatables and other materials. Its super-strong formula waterproofs, seals, bonds and repairs your most important gear.
Flexible urethane formula waterproofs, seals and protects against abrasion. Hundreds of water sports and household uses. For fast cure, use with Cotol-240™plus Cure Accelerator.
- Flexible urethane repair adhesive and seam sealer
- Industry standard for maximum strength gear repairs
- Safe on natural and synthetic fabrics including GORE-TEX®, Neoprene, Hypalon®, rubber and more
- Repairs rips, tears and holes in watersports and scuba gear
- Specifically formulated to offer superior flexibility as well as excellent adhesion, waterproofing and abrasion resistance with minimal shrinkage
- Washable and unaffected by extreme heat or cold
- Dries Clear
- Moisture cured
The Many Uses for Aquasure
- Repair holes and tears in Neoprene wet or dry suits, booties, gloves
- Seal seams and pinholes
- Seal gasket seams on dry suits
- Create reinforcement on high wear areas
- Adding a pocket to a wetsuit
- Repair holes in inflatable rafts, kayaks, and float tubes
Aquasure® is not suitable for use on Silnylon or any other silicone based materials
Aquasure® is part of the McNett M ESSENTIALS™ product range.
To prevent Aquasure, Seam Grip and Freesole from hardening in the tube please folllow the Instructions for use.
Use Aquasure to seal leaky gasket seams.
STEP 1: Turn suit inside out.
Clean damaged area with McNett Cotol-240 plus or isopropyl alcohol.
Non-fabric surfaces such as latex should first be roughened with
sandpaper, then cleaned.
STEP 2: Apply Aquasure in a 2 mm thick layer overlapping seam edges by
at least 12 mm. Use included brush to saturate fabric surfaces.
Dry level overnight.
Use Aquasure to seal seams on diving gloves
Lengthen the life of your diving gloves by
reinforcing the glove seams. Apply Aquasure in
a 2 mm thick layer, then spread with a brush –
overlapping seam edges by at least 6 mm.
Use brush to saturate fabric surfaces.
Aquasure is also ideal for repairing holes and tears. For holes larger than a
pinhole, create a backing with removable tape. Fill hole and 6 mm beyond.
Remove tape after Aquasure has fully cured.
Create an ultra-tough, exible knee patch with
Aquasure to protect suits from abrasion. Simply
apply a thin coat of Aquasure with a disposable
plastic knife. Dry level overnight.
How to prevent Aquasure, Seam Grip and Freesole from Hardening in the Tube.
Seam Grip, Freesole and Aquasure are moisture-cure adhesives. As soon as you pop the top on the tube and expose the adhesive to the moisture in the air, the countdown begins. Unfortunately, you are unable to stop the curing process, but you can slow it down by storing the adhesive in a dry environment like your freezer. We typically recommend storing as follows:
Begin by advancing the contents to the tube neck to remove any air that may be trapped in the tube. Next wipe the tube threads clean to prevent the cap from sticking. Next, cap tightly. Next, place the adhesive in a plastic zip-lock bag. Next, store the adhesive in a dry environment like your freezer. When ready to use, run the tube under warm water for about a minute.
While this will not stop the adhesive from curing, it will help slow things down.
We give an un-opened tube of adhesive a two-year shelf life. The “batch-number” will be crimped into the bottom of the tube. The adhesive is typically good for two years past the date of filling.
“…a hole in my neoprene waders about 1 1/2 inches in diameter. Cut a patch out of some worn out waterproof neoprene gloves. Glued the patch over the hole, put a heavy weight on it over night. Used them in the morning setting out my decoys. Not a leak to be felt. Worked so well I touched up some other areas that looked bad. Thanks”– P., Torrey New York
“You will need it and it is the most popular for a reason. One application before you go in the water is all it takes. I used it snorkeling in Hawaii for two weeks and I have no complaints.”– L. Wolfe, Chandler, AZ