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Has anyone tried flex seal. I am thinking about getting some, the quart can not the spray. It seems like if it works like they say, it would be great for all kinds of hunting applications.

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I made a couple metal handles for my yeti style cup and wanted to dip them. Have tried plastidip, but it is peeling off. I have also considered trying truck bed liner.

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I had a ground blind that had pin holes in it. I sprayed the roof and within a few months it all flaked off. I never moved the ground blind or anything. I was majorly disappointed
 

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I have a pair of neoprene chest waders with rubber boots. The boots had cracked to the point the waders were garbage.
I decided to give flex seal a try.
I scuffed the rubber up and washed it well. I then sprayed flex seal on as even as I could making sure to cover all the cracks. I let them hang dry for several days not expecting good results. I was wrong!
One can saved me from having to buy a new set of waders. This is my only experience with this product.
 

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Fabricated up a headache rack for a guy. Cheap skate didn't want it powder coated. Instead,
he covered it with this flex seal stuff. Pretty durable with a rough finish. Faded bad in a couple months.


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I had a ground blind that had pin holes in it. I sprayed the roof and within a few months it all flaked off. I never moved the ground blind or anything. I was majorly disappointed
use " SHOE GOO ". I got mine at wally world . It works awesome on the seams & for patching ground blinds.
 
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