I actually bought a can of Fix-a-Flat about ten years ago to try to fix my old Fenzy. I thought through all the prep work I needed to do and ended up abandoning the project. I don't have a lot of patience for some projects involving bonding, glue, or paint.Bronze06 wrote:
For seam leak problems on these type of bladders (seamed polymer impregnated poly cloth such as in an old style inflatable rubber raft) my solution to re-seal and reinforce them is to use (get ready to laugh Luis) ATV black heavy Fix-a-Flat as an interior reinforcement seal. It is a little trouble to use due to ensuring that you don't freeze up ports or relief valve areas, you have to be a little creative. ...
I am doubtful as to this technique would working on heavy vinyl horse collar (radio seamed) bladders such as the jacketed ones that USD and others (Sea Quest, Sea Tech, etc.) made or still make.
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