How many problems has that little tube of clear liquid solved over the last 30 years or so? Will that be what’s said of Flex Seal Liquid? If current feedback is any indication, it just could be.
There are a good many products out there which can be used to fill cracks, but when looking to see what else they do like waterproofing, that’s where the difference shows up.
Look, if Flex Seal Liquid is good enough to seal the cracks in the hull of a boat, and include a live well in that too, that should say a lot. Then again some need more convincing.
Repairing the crack in a Jeep windshield might get your attention, or the PVC pipes on the pump lines for a pool. Speaking of pools, how about sealing up a split in an above ground pool. These are all comments from “satisfied” customers found where anyone can see them.
Roof repairs on residential AND motor homes. Those roof repairs on residential homes can be tricky. After a hurricane passed through in Florida a few years back, a leak showed up on the ceiling. No less than 5 trips and countless applications of tar on the shingles DID NOT stop that leak! It wasn’t till a very small dent in one shingle made by the pointed end of a fast moving tree limb, proved to be the culprit. That’s just to say that sometimes no matter if you use Flex Seal Liquid or plain ole’ tar, it has to go in the right place to work.
More than 235 customers talk about their successes with this sealer. It’s pretty much a fact that for everyone that will take the time to comment, there are 100 more that just don’t. This is about those with positive results. Statistics show that a satisfied customer is worth 10 times as much as their first purchase.
This is by no means a customer review. What it is should be classified as looking around to see what this Flex Seal Liquid is all about?
What’s all the buzz surrounding Flex Seal Liquid?
Get a load of this list of “fixes” people like you have made with this:
- seals seepage in foundation
- seals gutter ends to stop leaking
- seals cracks in birdbath
- can be painted over
- sealed spaces around window a/c unit
- roof seals
- motor home roof joint•RV awning
- seal around roof vent
- cracks in the hulk of boat
- jeep windshield
- basement wall cracks
- skylight on 5th wheel
- leaky pool pipe
- above ground pool leak
- fiberglass garden pond leak
- storage building
- leaky flashing around heat pump
- live well on boat
- reduced temp on swamp cooler
- resurface bathtub
- rust spots on van
- Stucco and pool deck sealed
- drip irrigation system leaks
- leaky chimney
- barn roof
- crack in slab sealed, still holding after 2 years
Why not look to see what needs fixing in your house, so you can add yours to this list. Some have commented Flex Seal Liquid seems a little expensive. Try replacing the ceiling in your home, or the foundation in your basement that ends up costing a fortune to fix. Expensive? Maybe not so much.