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I went to Walmart today to get some Scotch Guard for my bike cover and jacket. I happened to find a product called “Seam Seal” so I bought it for my Ultimate seat.
I applied it to my seat seams when I got home. I may never know if it works, but the process was simple enough and not too expensive.



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I had something similar years ago for the seams on my camping tent. It eventually turned yellow and flaked off. It took a couple of years. Probably didn't help the tent was rolled up most of the time.


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Sounds like silicone type product
 

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Aloha,

Seam sealer is also great for your rain gear seams and zippers.
 

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Interesting suggestion here: Thank you very much...
I'm going to purchase a tube and place it on my rain clothes zippers as well as my seat.....(I wonder how that would work on our riding boots??) Hmmmmm (u got me thinking here):wink2:

GOOOOOOD FIND!!

Thank you again, for sharing! :kiss::kiss::kiss:

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Aloha rayjoe,

You apply with zipper opened, let dry before use. It waterproofs the material that holds the metal or plastic zipper.
 
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