Tent Sure™ Tent Floor Sealant



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    Tent Sure™ is a high performance, water based urethane formula designed to re-coat worn areas on waterproof coated synthetic fabrics. Tent Sure dries to a clear, flexible, long lasting film with a nearly invisible, non-gloss finish. Ideal for tent floors and flys, bivy sacks, rainwear, clothing, fabric accessories and hundreds of items using synthetic fabrics.

    • Waterproofs up to 85 sq. m.
    • Concentrated urethane formulas
    • Durable and long lasting
    • Non-toxic
    • Water based, eco-friendly
    • Clear, nearly invisible finish
    • Always use prior to applying ReviveX water repellent treatments

    Use Tent Sure to waterproof tent floors, rain flies, bivy sacks, rainwear and other equipment, and recoat worn, peeling, high-traffic areas so your tent will last longer. Tent Sure is part of a comprehensive line of Care and Repair products from McNett®. With McNett®, anyone can be a master of equipment repair.

    Tent Sure is part of the McNett GEAR AID™ product range.McNett Gear Aid Logo


    Clean and dry all surfaces.

    Remove old sealant with stiff brush and isopropyl alcohol.

    Shake well before use. Remove inner foil.

    Pour small amount of Tent Sure into plastic container.

    Apply a thin film onto fabric with foam brush. Apply to coated side of fabric (or inside of item).

    For best results use an even, sweeping motion to avoid puddles or over-application.

    Some high-wear areas like tent floors may need two applications.

    NOTE: Two thin applications are more effective than one thick application.

    LET TENTSURE DRY FULLY for 24 hours at room temperature before use. Keep treated fabric surfaces separated while drying. Test for dryness before use or folding.

    CLEAN-UP AND STORAGE: Wash brush or squeegee with soap and warm water immediately after use; stiff bristles may be loosened with lacquer thinner.

    Store in a cool, dry place. Tent Sure is freeze/thaw stable and washable/dry-cleanable.

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    „Great product. Provides absolute peace of mind knowing that your gear has been rendered WATERPROOF!!! ZERO rain penetration. ZERO ground-water penetration. No discoloration. Long-lasting. Best product out there to my knowledge. Beats NIKWAX hands down! Makes for one DRY tent, Large area covered, Easy to apply with rag, Absolute waterproofness, Invisible when dry“– Carla, Niagara Falls, Ontario

    „I recently ordered 1 bottle of this stuff hoping to coat both the floor of my Wanderer 4 tent and the footprint to go with it. 1 bottle was enough to exactly cover the floor.“-P., Saskatoon

    „Can you imagine the odor of a backpack after 5 unwashed weeks on the Appalachian Trail and then hiking in New Zealand? Just let me say that MiraZyme allowed me to bring this pack into an indoor storage space. Worked wonders! „– L. Manuglan, Memphis, TN

    ADDITIONAL USER COMMENTS –

    „I love this stuff for stinky wet suits…. „– William G.

    „My boss is a diver and when I told him that my carpet had been flooded due to a toilet problem and was beginning to smell, he recommended this product. It worked immediate wonders and has saved me big bucks as a result. I would recommend this to anyone who has puppies, funny smells anywhere, because it does the job perfectly!“– Inge G.

    „This was recommended to remove cat pee from a neoprene laptop sleeve. It worked like a charm. I have also used it on my flipflops, bookbags and catboxes. It’s amazing!“– Laura, Woodland, CA



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    REPAIR YOUR OUTERWEAR

    Seam Grip® permanently repairs common pinholes and tears in your outerwear. Apply just enough Seam Grip to cover the hole and spread 1/4” (6 mm) beyond. Allow to dry level overnight. For 2-4 hour cure time, mix Seam Grip with Cotol-240™plus before applying.

     

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    KNIFE TIP

    To sharpen a knife, slide the knife across the sharpening stone as though you are trying to cut a thin slice off the stone. Hold the blade at roughly a 20 degree angle and draw it steadily. Be sure to count the number of strokes and do the same number of strokes on the opposite side.

     

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