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Flex-Seal Fly Cement with Applicator Bottle


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This Flex-Seal fly cement dries to a tough, semi-flexible state. Great for cementing deer hair bugs, woolhead flies, and other non-rigid fly patterns. This Flex-Seal is dispensed from 1/2 ounce squeeze applicator bottle which allows you to dress flies with pin-point accuracy. Won't clog, won't leak and won't dry up. Size: 1/2 oz.

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Flex seal is a winner I used to use head cement in the little square bottles. Had to use a bodkin to apply it, and spilled more of the product than I care to admit. flex seal in itself is a great product, but the squeeze applicator with needle tip makes it prefect. I get cement where I want it and none where I don't.....especially on my hardwood floor! February 19, 2009
FLEX SEAL Excellant sealer. I use it on all of my wet, and dry flies, and even on my tied hair jigs. I have tried other glues, and sealers, and this seems to work best for me. June 2, 2014
A product that works This sealer with applicator has made a job of building my bucktail jigs so much easier. If you don't believe me buy one for your self, you will be hooked. June 28, 2010
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Flex Seal Fly Cement. Also, what's the drying time?
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No, this is not a good alternative to Pliobond. You might be better suited with Zap-A-Gap for making that connection. I use it for that and many other uses up to and including making repairs to gun stocks. It is very strong and effective. Use it sparingly and give it 15 -20 minutes before you attempt to use anything bonded with it.
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you should do the blood knot first then applicate it it, it could possibly work
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