The past years have seen a stream of Flex products on tv, all pitched by Phil Swift. Is Flex Seal Liquid. Unlike Flex Seal products Flex Seal Liquid comes in a can and is used in exactly the identical manner as paint.
The product can be implemented in a number of ways: rolling, dipping, pouring, etc.. The commercial does show uses . PVC pipe dipped as an instance, in the can, will harden to form a waterproof bond that was great.
It takes about an hour for the product.
Flex Seal Liquid will be given marks by us, so far as working as advertised. It seals to form a rubber coat that is wonderful, and a thin coating is sufficient stop or to watertight leaks. The advertising continues the Flex Seal convention of demonstrating Phil Swift in a watertight by Flex Seal Liquid. It has been shown to be an effective visual in advertising spots that were previous.
Although Mr. Swift stands alongside a enormous 6-foot tall screen of Flex Seal Liquid, the “large” can is not so large when seen in person. It is.
Flex Seal Liquid’s pricing utilizes a somewhat unethical, and new, technique where the handling and processing are priced. Standard television marketing unites processing and managing (P&H) into one price, but here we have a processing cost of $9.99 and another shipping price of $9.95. Thus, your cost for a 16 ounce can and both extras that are obligatory is about $40.
Liquid rubber products like Flex Seal Liquid have existed for ages. A product on Amazon by Rust-Oleum is named LeakSeal. It performs and looks the same as Flex Seal Liquid. As of this writing it retains a 4.1 star rating at Amazon and is priced at about $30. That can holds 30 oz, versus just 16 oz for Flex Seal Liquid.
Flex Seal Liquid gets the job done, but shipping fees and the processing and the size in the can will lead clients to look elsewhere. It will be more competitively priced when it becomes available in stores.
Please comment below and give it a star rating, if you have used Flex Seal Liquid.