The Flex Seal line of products is basically liquid rubber in a can that can save you thousands on professional repairs. And it’s now available in both Clear and Brite, in addition to original (black).
2017 Update: Flex Seal is now available in 9 new colors – red, yellow, orange, blue, green, almond, brown, silver and white! That’s 12 Flex Seal colors in all!
A watertight, flexible rubberized coating!
Flex Seal sprays out as a liquid that seeps into cracks and holes, and then dries to a watertight, flexible rubberized coating. The coating seals out water, and lasts for years. Flex Seal Brite blends with lighter surfaces, but seals out water just like regular Flex Seal. Use Flex Seal Clear for unobtrusive fixes around the house. Once it’s dry, Flex Seal can be painted any color.
Review: “Looks like it does what it’s supposed to do.”
Online video reviews demonstrate the holding power of Flex Seal. In the video below, one user is able to seal small holes and even a large crack in a bucket.
Video review: ‘Thumbs up’ for Flex Seal
In a review of Flex Seal Clear on the EpicReviewGuys YouTube channel (below), the reviewer successfully repairs a cracked solar tube on the roof of his home. The tube holds up under a massive Texas rain storm, keeping the homeowner dry and fixing a problem that had plagued him since the tube was cracked in a hail storm.
How to Properly Apply Flex Seal for Maximum Hold
On Flex Seal’s official YouTube channel, a presenter shows exactly how to use Flex Seal properly (below). With proper use, Flex Seal can perform all the fixes featured in its infomercial—including the inspired bit in which a screen door is used for the bottom of a row boat, and doesn’t allow any water in after being coated with Flex Seal.