Six Clarifications on Flexiseal.

Scott gathered some items to the test to think about how how to remove flex seal is acceptable on a variety of materials listed on the can. He had PVC piping, a rubber hose, a plastic strainer, a terra cotta planter, and some aluminum gutter.

Scott look at the directions, and was interested in the fumes.

Also, he was skeptical that Flex Seal would work as soon as it shows on TV, as he noticed at the conclusion of the directions, it says Flex Seal takes twenty four hours to completely cure.

Scott shook the can and sprayed evenly around the plastic strainer to get started.

It took a little while before they saw any coverage. Immediately though, Scott and Jen noticed a fairly strong odor, which Scott said supported the necessity for adequate ventilation.

Next, Scott used a saw to make a cut in a bit of PVC pipe, then aimed to repair it fast with Flex Seal.

Also, he cut the rubber hose, and applied Flex Seal. Scott was willing to discover how it will work on something with a bit of pressure behind it.

Scott also desired to try Flex Seal on the terra cotta planter that had been the victim of our own harsh winter. The Flex Seal commercial reveals that, together with a gutter.

He tried to cover holes in a portion of gutter, however the spray kept dealing with the holes. He used a stick with move the merchandise around.

Thats definitely more coverage than straight out from the can, anyway, he explained.

And ultimately, Scott planned to test how Flex Seal works on the PVC fitting.

He went back to check on the strainer, and after about 20 mins, it was actually still very wet.

Thus far the things i see is its taking beyond whatever they explain to you in the can, he explained. Stops leaks fast. Ready to go. Quick. Its not really so far.

Scott decided to monitor the drying process, and add extra coats of Flex Seal as necessary.

Twenty-four hours later, once the directions say the Flex Seal ought to be fully cured, Jen went returning to Scotts house.

Scott told her it took about an hour or so as well as a half for that Flex Seal to dry somewhere between coats. He wasnt developing a good feeling regarding how it could work.

The cut in the PVC pipe was covered, but Scott said the Flex Seal kept sinking in.

And, while the Flex Seal sprayed on the cut within the hose, Scott said, I noticed once you grab where cut was, it type of splits open.

The Flex Seal in the planter was dry, so when the commercial shows flex shield taking care of terra cotta, the announcer comments, Now thats a lovely seal that may keep going for a lifetime.

Scott tested the seal by seeing when the broken piece was tight. Without much effort, the whole piece came right off!

Flex Seal doesnt boast of being a glue; its a sealant. So, maybe youd have to glue, then seal a break that way.

Scott and Jen check how it labored on the strainer. Scott pours in some water, and within a few minutes, they saw drips from the bottom and sides.

They saw more drips from the patch in the cut from the PVC pipe, as well as on the fitting.

Wow, that didnt hold proficient at all. I definitely thought it will have held a lot better than that, Scott said.

Flex Seal covered over the dexapky38 inside the gutter well, drying to a solid rubbery finish, and it also worked well there, no drips from the sealed holes.

Scott didnt have much a solution to the rubber hose, but he hooked it up, and as he was scared of, water came spraying out.

Flex Seal promises a quick, easy, inexpensive method to fix leaks fast, on many different materials.

Youd only have the ability to use sealflex on aluminum, I guess, or some type of metal, he said.

Was there something that impressed you regarding this? Jen asked.

Flex Seal is available online and in shops for $10 to $15 a can.

Although, Jen has read reviews from people that said these were billed $40 for online orders that only allow you to buy several can, and then add in extra handling and shipping.