PROSEAL was developed and made in the U.S.A! The special formula promotes thread penetration and can seal untreated threads in as little as one coat (lighter colors may still require multiple applications) in preparation for epoxy finish.
- Superior Thread Penetration
- Excellent color retention
- Maintains Opacity
- Dries Clear
- Non-Toxic and Made in the U.S.A!
Used this on one build and it left white marks. I made sure to remove excess though I still had white showing. Flex coat CP is much better.
First time using the proseal CP and it dried milky white. Im using dark green nylon thread and the preserver took away much of the shine and lightened the color overall. Would not buy and use again.
It claims to dry clear but mine dried milky white and killed my foil dragonscale I won't be back for this ever!
I have used ProSeal on several rebuilds and on one new build. I did not find any discoloration. While wet it does seem to darken the color of the thread. I find that the U40 seal has a lot of foam and is more difficult to use. After mixing, I find ProSeal to be even, no bubbles, no form. It goes on easily - be sure to use small amounts and don't leave excess. I have not epoxied my new build but on the rebuilds, I find no change of color or shade. If the product protects from fading, as advertised, then it is an excellent, easy to use product. Water base for easy cleaning of the brush. I recommend ProSeal for color preservation
I used the color preserver on my new builds. The butt wrap has a white background... although I used the color preserver, the epoxy still caused the white base wrap to darken intermittently. Three of my builds used regular size B white and all three have intemittant dark spots... not happy.
Hey Matt, we are going to have one of our customer service representatives reach out to you regarding this issue. - Mud Hole Custom Tackle