I have tried using Kenyon Seam Sealer 3 twice over the last year with less than good results.
The first time I used it was on sil-nylon. It did not work and I found out it was not meant for sil-nylon but should be used on nylon with a polyurethane coating. The problem was the product never seemed to fully cure. it would milk up during rain and start to leak.
Again, I tried the product, but this time on my nylon polyurethane Equinox Kitchen tarp. Same freaking problem, it will milk up and the seams start leaking. Anyone else have this problem. Is there a solution or have I just ruined my tarp.
I have read where some have 'scrubbed' the seam sealer off. This appears to potentially be more damaging process to the fabric. Does anyone have experience with removing this seam sealer?
Recommendations to correct, fix and avoid in the future???