8 Best Automotive Seam Sealers

Top 8 Automotive Seam Sealers

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3M Dynatron Auto Seam ( 550, Grey, 12 Oz)
Product Highlights:
  • fast-skinning
  • permanently elastic
  • non sagging
ACDelco 102013 Body Joint ( Compound - 10.1 Oz)
Product Highlights:
  • fast curing and skins over quickly - can be painted 60 minutes after application
  • can be used for all sealing and adhesive applications with a standard caulking gun in both vertical and horizontal joints
  • flexible, non-staining, and non-sagging product that will not crack or shrink
3M Urethane Seam Sealer ( 310 ML Cartridge)
Product Highlights:
  • high quality, single component formula adheres well to bare metal, primed metal and painted surfaces
  • moisture curing property provides excellent performance in high heat and humidity environments
  • nonshrinking, noncracking, low/no odor formula remains flexible and offers superior results to solventbased sealers
Eastwood Flexible Insulated Waterproof ( Floor Trunk Fender 30.4 Oz)
Product Highlights:
  • seals cracks, crevices and body seams, plus waterproofs and insulates
  • flexible - will not shrink, harden or crack
  • seals cracks, crevices and body seams
3M HeavyBodied Seam Sealer ( 200 ML Cartridge)
Product Highlights:
  • a high performance two component epoxy seam sealer. black in color.
  • heavy-bodied, non-sagging, non-flowing, and easy tooling formulation for matching oem seam sealer appearances. appropriate for bare metal applications.
Evercoat 365 Brushable Seam ( Sealer - 1 Quart)
Product Highlights:
  • brush seam sealer qt (fib-365)
3M SelfLeveling Seam Sealer ( 200 ML Cartridge)
Product Highlights:
  • selfleveling epoxy designed for areas requiring a flowable type sealer
  • ready for painting in 15 minutes
  • transparent in color for a low profile appearance
Urethane Seam Sealer Grey ( Cartridge-by-3M)
Product Highlights:
  • high performance general purpose seam sealer ideal for both interior and exterior seams and joints.
  • adheres well to primed metal and painted surfaces
  • can be smoothed to a featheredge or brushed

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