Life Seal Sealants

May 19, 2020

Professional boatbuilders don’t want to have to redo a job any more than a DIYer. That’s why they choose Life Seal® Sealant from BoatLIFE. Made in the USA, it’s a unique formulation of marine-grade silicone and polyurethane developed specifically for fiberglass.

Life Seal Sealant offers a fast cure time with little odor. It has high adhesion properties, may be used above or below the waterline and is air-curing. It’s perfect for sealing thru-hull fittings and ports, as well as decks to hulls, plus glazing windshields and bedding hardware. Non-corrosive, acid-free and non-sagging, it’s ideal for metal, wood, glass, LEXAN and ABS. Plus, it can be removed without damaging fiberglass.

Non-yellowing and mildew-resistant, Life Seal Sealant is available in clear, black, white, aluminum and cameo in standard 10.6 fl. oz. cartridge form. Additional sizes are available. Custom tints are offered in quantity and commonly used by notable OEMs such as Scout Boats.

In the United States, Life Seal Sealant from BoatLIFE costs $26.10 USD for the 10.6 fl. oz. cartridge. Other sizes available.

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