Hi guys! Long-time no see! How have you been? Well, this pandemic has taken its toll in the Philippines. And let’s just say I’m pretty much stuck in our house for more than a year and counting. Don’t get me wrong; I’m pretty happy that my family and I are safe.
But bow, I’m encountering household problems. And one of which are leaks and broken water containers. If you know me, I don’t have any capacity to repair anything. What to do?
And I’m thankful that Sealspray.ph sent me some of their products to review! (And hopefully aide my cluelessness).
How Does It Work?
If you have problems with water leakage, you can use Seal Spray instead of hiring expensive maintenance staff. Basically, it’s liquid rubber in a can! And we all know, rubber can store liquids and give a path to running water without leaks.
You have that in a can with Seal Spray.
There are many practical uses for it. You can use it for:
- Roof seepages
- Floor Cracks
- Pipe Seepages
- Sealing Tires
- Sealing Hoses
- Sealing Pottery
And it doesn’t stop from there. Basically, anything that runs or stores water can be repaired with it. It comes with three variants. Depending on the surface color, you can use:
That covers almost all colors to keep your items aesthetically pleasing. With that, let’s take it to the test.
Applying Seal Spray
You might think, I’m just an average person. How complicated is it to use this product?
Well, I have the same sentiment. So, I tried it for you. It’s quite easy to apply Seal Spray.
- The first step is to shake the can for around 30 seconds. Make sure to do this to ensure the consistency of the spray. (I failed to do this at first, and it was pretty messy.)
- Next is spray the product on the problem area. Have a distance of around 20 cm.
- You can also do a second coating if needed.
- If there is an extra product on the surface, you can wipe it off for an even finish.
- Afterwards, leave it to dry for 20 minutes.
That’s it! Application only takes around 5 minutes. And you’re done!
Moment of truth!
For this test, I’ve used an unusable plastic bottle. Usually, you would’ve thrown it by now. But let’s see if we can repair it. You can check the video below for the actual test.
I was actually skeptical at first. But it really does work! And you can use it on your roof, leaking water pipes, and household items. You can even create a makeshift koi pond in your backyard if you want a creative quarantine project.
Are you ready to have a leak-free home? With Seal Spray, you now can!
If you’re interested, you can also use my code “MIKOSEAL” for an additional 10% off! So have a dry and happy day with Seal Spray! Cheers!!