waders

Deodorize Waders

Stinky wader funk got your blind smelling like the backside of a buffalo? Time to give them a little MiraZyme™ bath.  Step 1: To remove stubborn odors and bacteria from waders, fill a tub with warm water and add 2 capfuls of MiraZyme™ Enzyme Based...

Repair Your Waders

Don't let a little tear in your waders weigh you down with dampness. Aquaseal® is a clear, waterproof adhesive and sealant, specially formulated for the flexibility, adhesion and abrasion protection you need to keep you going. To fix a tear in your waders is simple, just follow the...

Repair Felt Soles

Clean Boot and Apply Adhesive To repair peeling felt soles, clean and dry peeling area. Apply Aquaseal in gap and close. Let Repair Cure Use patch (included in the Wader Repair Kit) to hold area closed overnight. [wufoo username="gearaid"...

Replace Felt Soles

Old felt soles can be replaced, and new soles attached, with a little prep work and Aquaseal adhesive. Prepare Soles To attach New felt soles, remove old felt (if necessary). Lightly roughen rubber soles with sandpaper then wipe rubber soles with Cotol-240 or isopropyl...

Wader Repair

How to find a leak In your wader To find leaks in Gore-Tex® waders, soak the tip of a rag in rubbing alcohol and dab over the suspect area. The hole will show up as a contrasting color against the rest of the wader. Allow area to dry and seal with Aquaseal. [wufoo...

Restoring Water Repellency to Waders

Apply DWR to Waders Restore water repellency to GORE-TEX® waders with ReviveX Durable Waterproofing spray on treatment. While waders are damp, use a warm iron to activate water repellent treatment—avoid ironing neoprene booties or rubber components. [wufoo...