Breathable outdoor clothing is most likely to get sweaty and wet inside when used in wet conditions. If the outer surface of the fabric retains even the thinnest film of water (it becomes “wetted out”), the garment can lose as much as 70% of its breathability. If you are being energetic and sweating even a little bit, you… Continue reading Waterproof vs. Breathability
You might not believe it but Stormsure adhesive is great for making repairs to concrete. I have a concrete garden ornament. It broke in half as someone tried to move it and it dropped on the floor. They made an attempt to repair it using an epoxy putty. However it broke again shortly afterwards in… Continue reading Stormsure and concrete
We have a GREAT new product for sale in 2016. It is called “StormProof”. You can spray it on to almost any fabric, from a distance of about 15cm or 6 inches, and then let it dry naturally in the air. (If you can dry it on a radiator or tumble drier that is even… Continue reading StormProof Waterproof Spray
I was having a tinker in the shed the other day, decided to start doing bit of tidying/mending as you do… Now my shed is an Aladdin’s cave of half made bird boxes, shelving, rubbish, old cloths and shoes, tool boxes and other random bits that are no longer wanted from the house. The tidying… Continue reading A top Stormsure tip – Fiddly jobs and precision gluing.
I was getting my inflatable boat towable ready for the summer (this is a large inflatable mattress that you can tow behind a speed boat) only to discover that the mice had been at it. A couple of small holes in the PVC are going to spoil the fun. A quick dollop of Stormsure Flexible… Continue reading Lost Bung!
This paragraph taken from a Stormsure product review on Amazon.co.uk I have used many types of glue and sealant both at home and at work, including many types of silicone rubber. However, Stormsure is unlike any that I have come across. It is low odour and slow setting, yet is a clear flowable liquid –… Continue reading Customer review about Stormsure Glue on Amazon
A few people have contacted me recently asking if their tube of glue was OK as it seemed to be very viscous or partially cured in the tube. In fact, this is not the case and it is not a problem. When the glue is very cold is does get more viscous. I put the… Continue reading Cold weather = Viscous glue