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Flex Seal Flex Shot 8oz Thick Rubber Adhesive Sealant (4-Pack) woot.com $38.99

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The makers of Flex Seal bring you Flex Shot – the revolutionary super thick rubber sealant that caulks, bonds and seals virtually everything. Flex Shot is the neat and clean way to make repairs with pinpoint accuracy.
Flex Shot comes out nice and thick, clinging to any surface, and then turns into a stretchy rubber seal that's virtually indestructible. And because it's so thick, you can fill huge cracks and holes, stopping the toughest leaks instantly!
Forget about those bulky caulking guns! Unlike regular caulks that shrink and crack, Flex Shot expands and contracts, making surfaces waterproof. The free extension tube makes even hard-to-reach repairs perfect every time!
Caulks, bonds and seals virtually everything!
No need for a caulking gun! The free extension tube makes even hard-to-reach repairs easy
Gives you a perfect bead, every time. No running, no dripping, no mess!
Expands and contracts to fill in huge cracks and holes
No waste. Use it again and again!
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Got it like a month ago for the same price compare to Amazon like $50.00 if you buy 4
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You realize this stuff is like $4-6 a tube at your local hardware store. Its just fancy named silicone.

And I can't remember the last time I needed to seal a hole on a plastic cup I was using. It probably would have been quicker just to get another cup and pour it into the other cup.
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You realize this stuff is like $4-6 a tube at your local hardware store. Its just fancy named silicone.

And I can't remember the last time I needed to seal a hole on a plastic cup I was using. It probably would have been quicker just to get another cup and pour it into the other cup.
You've never had to use a screen door to make a boat??
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You've never had to use a screen door to make a boat??
No but i did once need to make a lawn chair into a surfboard 😜
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You realize this stuff is like $4-6 a tube at your local hardware store. Its just fancy named silicone.

And I can't remember the last time I needed to seal a hole on a plastic cup I was using. It probably would have been quicker just to get another cup and pour it into the other cup.
No, most of the folks here do not realize that. Hence the trending TU.
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You realize this stuff is like $4-6 a tube at your local hardware store. Its just fancy named silicone.

And I can't remember the last time I needed to seal a hole on a plastic cup I was using. It probably would have been quicker just to get another cup and pour it into the other cup.
Phil Swift isn't at my local hardware store. Smh
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You realize this stuff is like $4-6 a tube at your local hardware store. Its just fancy named silicone.
You are correct. Blue barrier by Polly Wall, Prosoco, and Huber Liquid Flash are way better sealing/flashing products. This is just an over hyped silicone caulk.
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You've never had to use a screen door to make a boat??
Is this caulk endorsed by Wiley Coyote? I had to seal some old sneakers' rubber bottom, but I just used some gorilla glue I had from 3 years ago.. still some left for the far in between uses, but the glue is drying up.. the metal pin doesn't apparently seal/seat correctly after dozens of uses.
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You realize this stuff is like $4-6 a tube at your local hardware store. Its just fancy named silicone.

And I can't remember the last time I needed to seal a hole on a plastic cup I was using. It probably would have been quicker just to get another cup and pour it into the other cup.
Never used the stuff but is it really just silicone? Never seen silicone expand ... Flex Shot expands per the makers of Flex Seal.
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Flex Seal Shot 8 oz. .....for those times when you get shot with a bullet or have out of control diarrhea. Drink this 8 oz. shot and it will seal you right up inside.
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Never used the stuff but is it really just silicone? Never seen silicone expand ... Flex Shot expands per the makers of Flex Seal.
It's not silicone, it's rubberized (bitumen, what they use to make EPDM based roofing materials).

There are advantages and disadvantages over silicone. If you're looking for a highly elastic, temperature stable sealant this is very good. It's a bit overpriced as there are other bitumen based sealants, and it's overkill for a lot of uses (a cheap tube of silicone will seal your bathtub just fine). For where this is handy though it's worth the premium.
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Is this caulk endorsed by Wiley Coyote? I had to seal some old sneakers' rubber bottom, but I just used some gorilla glue I had from 3 years ago.. still some left for the far in between uses, but the glue is drying up.. the metal pin doesn't apparently seal/seat correctly after dozens of uses.
Polyurethane glue has a very short shelf life after being opened. Once moisture get in, the tube cures. If you got it to last for 3 years you must be in the desert.

I've never tried this product, but their tape is pretty good.
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Looks like Lowes has these on sale for $9 - $10/tube a lot. Fair deal.

Also BJ's have 2 packs for $20.
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