Aquasure® Instant Repair Kit

    For Waders and Bivvies etc.

    Don’t go on your next fishing trip without packing an Aquasure® Wader Repair Kit by McNett®. You’ll love how quickly it patches small holes and tears on the fly, so you can get back to the fish—and keep the water out of your waders.
    McNetts’s Aquasure Wader Repair Kit makes it easy to patch hip waders and chest waders wherever the fish are biting—by the lake, river, stream or creek. This small but mighty package contains everything you need to permanently repair rubber, neoprene or waterproof-breathable waders, including McNett’s powerful Aquasure and Tenacious™ patches (1 clear + 2 black repair patches, Ø 7,6 cm). At 8,9 x 2,5 cm, the Aquasure Repair Kit fits in your fishing vest and is ideal for keeping that cold, wet feeling out of your favorite waders.
    There are never enough fishing trips—so don’t let leaky waders ruin even one. Patch them fast with the Aquasure Repair Kit for waders, bivvies, etc.

    Aquasure is all you need to keep your gear going as long as you do.

    Strong – permanent repairs

    Flexible – transparent finish

    Abrasion resistant


    Suitable for most materials

    Ideal for infield or home repairs to bivvies and waders etc. Aquasure® urethane rubber adhesive provides a clear, strong and flexible finish suitable for permanent waterproof repairs to holes, tears or leaking seams in most types of fishing and water sports equipment, i.e.





    Fishing Nets

    Fishing Luggage



    Sleeping Pads



    Aquasure® is not suitable for use on Silnylon or any other silicone based materials

    Aquasure® Wader Repair Kit is part of the McNett GEAR AID™ product range.McNett Gear Aid Logo

    Wader Repair


    Apply Aquasure® to tear on inside of wader and 6 mm beyond the tear. Cures over night.



    For instant infield wader repairs, use the Aquasure® Instant Repair Kit. Apply a patch over tear on outside of wader. Apply Aquasure® to tear on inside of wader and 6 mm beyond the tear. Cover with another patch. Waders can be used immediately. Patches can be removed after 2-3 days.



    Use Aquasure® for repairing wader seams. Turn waders inside out and examine seams and fabric for gaps. Apply Aquasure® directly to the seam, extending over seam and on to fabric by 6 mm. Use brush to work Aquasure® under fabric folds and into stitching. Allow Aquasure® to cure for 8 to 12 hours.



    56Use Aquasure® to repair felt soles. To repair peeling felt soles, clean and dry peeling area. Apply Aquasure® in gap and close. Can also be used to attach new felt soles. Use tape to hold repaired area closed overnight. Remove tape when fully cured.




     Bivvie and Umbrella Repair







    For bivvie or umberella repairs, apply a patch over tear or hole on outside. Apply Aquasure® to tear on inside and 6 mm beyond the tear. For instant infield bivvie or umbrella repairs use Aquasure® Instant Repair Kit (contains 7 g Aquasure® and 3x McNett Tenacious Tape™ patches). Apply one patch over tear or hole on outside. Apply Aquasure® to tear on inside and 6 mm beyond the tear. Cover with another patch. Bivvie or umbrella can be used immediately. Patches can be removed in 2-3 days.








    Net Repair

    Aquasure® can also be used to repair loose seam tapes and to strengthen stress points.

    11Aquasure® can also repair fishing nets.
    Use patch to create a backing and apply Aquasure® to the other side. Allow to cure for 24 hours then remove patch. The repair is strong, elastic and gentle on the fish.





    Luggage Repair

    12Use Aquasure® to repair holes and tears in
    luggage, i.e. rod holdalls, carryalls, rucksacks etc. Aquasure® can also be used to coat and protect high wear areas, i.e the base of carryalls, rucksacks, etc.


    Paddlesports Tip

    Kayak cockpits are notorious for cutting into spray skirts and causing exterior cracking. Apply spot applications of Aquaseal to permanently repair and protect both the interior and exterior.



    Rebonding Soles

    Use Freesole® to permanently re-bond a peeling boot sole. First remove loose dirt and debris and then clean the area with rubbing alcohol and a stiff brush. Apply Freesole to the sole evenly.