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Topic Review (Newest First)
09-27-2006 10:41 AM
rw993
KNOT SENSE

This is a UV cure glue that stays flexible and cures in about 15 seconds exposed to daylight. Also is a great quick "on the river" repair for waders.

RW
04-04-2005 08:23 PM
Skilly
ITs Zap-A-Dapa Goo

Its Zap a dappa goo and you can get it at any of the hobby shops that cater to the radio control crowd. Frequently used to glue on canopies.
04-02-2005 02:34 PM
flytyer Smolt,

It should work, I've used a diffrent brand of flexible super glue (Insta-Flex) on loops and it has worked fine.
04-02-2005 11:45 AM
juro Hi Charles -

I've heard the same thing but currently use aquaseal for this purpose, thinned with cotol. If the zapagoo is less hazardous I'll give it a try.
04-02-2005 10:37 AM
Smolt
Zap-Adaba-Goo

I noticed a post regarding this product on another board and was wondering whether anyone here has used it to seal the loop-wraps on cut lines. It supposedly is as strong as Zap-A-Gap, but dries flexible like rubber cement, does not discolor, is waterproof, and "withstands harsh marine conditions".

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