What is a Seam Sealer?


A seam sealer is a material used to seal gaps or joints between two surfaces to prevent water, air, or other substances from penetrating through. It is commonly used in automotive, marine, and construction industries to seal seams in vehicle bodies, boats, or buildings.


There are different types of seam sealers available, but most of them are made of a combination of polymers and resins. The most common polymers used in seam sealers are polyurethane, silicone, and acrylic, while the resins used are usually epoxy or polyester. Each type of sealer has different properties and is suitable for different types of applications.


Seam sealers come in different forms, including tapes, liquids, and pastes. Tapes are usually used for temporary seals, while liquids and pastes are more permanent