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Old 05-26-2012, 04:03 PM
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Default Re: Leaky Waders

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Originally Posted by fredaevans View Post
This really only works well with GorTex; dang it!
Precisely why I went the direction of the flashlight in a dark room. Good call fred

It might not be a bad idea to give them a good wash and use the Revivex on them before doing the test. This way you may uncover some additional spots to repair and the seal may hold a little better if clean. Good call on cleaning. Revivex works very well, when I've used it and have always been very pleased with the results.

Legrand, as a suggestion on where to find Revivex, you can also look on Amazon or possibly an online fly shop North of the border.
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