Permatex Spray 'N' Seal Leak Repair Seals Low-Pressure Leaks in Minutes

Permatex Spray ‘N’ Seal Leak Repair Seals Low-Pressure Leaks in Minutes

This versatile problem solver uses a unique wicking action to form a durable rubber barrier from the outside of the part or assembly. Spray 'N' Seal applies as an aerosol and is easy to use in hard-to-reach places. Applications include hoses, oil pans, differentials, transmission pans, thermostat housings, water pumps, valve covers, tubing connections, electrical harness connectors, plastics, PVC and canvas.

Permatex, Inc., an innovative leader in chemical technology for automotive maintenance and repair, has just added another advanced formulation to its proven line of service chemicals. The new Permatex Spray ‘N’ Seal Leak Repair is specifically designed to seal low-pressure leaks in minutes without the need for disassembling or removing parts.

This versatile problem solver uses a unique wicking action to form a durable rubber barrier from the outside of the part or assembly. Spray ‘N’ Seal applies as an aerosol and is easy to use in hard-to-reach places. Applications include hoses, oil pans, differentials, transmission pans, thermostat housings, water pumps, valve covers, tubing connections, electrical harness connectors, plastics, PVC and canvas. Spray ‘N’ Seal also replaces liquid additive sealers that can swell and foul internal seals. In additon to automotive applications, Spray ‘N’ Seal Leak Repair can be used for a wide variety of household repairs.

Permatex Spray ‘N’ Seal Leak Repair can fill gaps as large as .040” and works from -65º F to 350º F (-54º C to 177º C) continuous and up to 400º F (204º C) intermittent. It applies as a clear coating, dries tack-free in five minutes, fully cures in 30-45 minutes, and is highly resistant to common shop fluids.

Permatex Spray ‘N’ Seal Leak Repair comes in a convenient 9 oz. aerosol can, Part No. 82099, and includes an extra spray nozzle and straw extension for easier access to smaller, hard-to-reach areas.

For additional information on products offered by Permatex, visit www.permatex.com.

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