It takes minutes to create a seam seal that’s stronger than the tarps themselves.
When you’re using tarps for weatherproofing or containment, partial coverage is no coverage at all.
That’s why knowing how to make a strong seam seal is an essential part of customizing tarps. Modifying tarps for your job’s needs is powerful – if you combine tarps effectively. If not, you’re waiting for an accident to happen.
HH-66 is the only adhesive recommended by the Advanced Textiles Association for tarp repair. Here’s how 5 minutes with the right glue can get you the custom tarp coverage you need.
- Cut patch with 2” room on all sides.
- Round corners for the best result.
- Clean surfaces with HH-66 Thinner.
- Sand any smooth surfaces for extra hold.
- Spread HH-66 on both sides.
- Wait 2-5 minutes until glue is tacky.
- Press patch on tarp firmly.
- Use a roller to keep pressure even.
- Allow to dry for 1 hour. Strongest after 1 day.