Davis Slick Seam
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  • Davis Slick Seam

Davis Slick Seam

Works underwater! Slick Seam is a remarkable underwater caulking compound made of fine waxes, pure mineral products, and silicate fibers. Slick Seam is an excellent underwater seam compound for wooden boats. Requires no mixing, stirring or priming. Made of wax, pure mineral products and silicate fibers, Slick Seam adheres well to most solid surfaces whether dry, wet or even oil stained. Applies easily and cleans up fast with mineral spirits. Cures ready for paint in 30 minutes. Stands up well to flexing and swelling wood. One jar is enough to caulk the seams on most boats to 20'.

Slick Seam comes in a 16 ounce jar.

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BRAND: Davis
Type: Seam Compounds
4.7 3

Easy to apply and stays flexible


Have used on a wood lobster boat for 12 years. It sticks well wet or dry and stays flexible so you can push it back in or trim each year. Have used during short lifts to stop bigger leaks. Paint sticks to it pretty well and have used it a bit on topsides under semi-gloss white. Have also tried name-brand caulks but they harden, crack and fall out.


Marion MA


Only one I use


Preparing my 36' wooden sloop for launch every spring requires me to fill the seems with a bit of something and the products listed to do this are many. Of all that I have used in the past five years, I have found Sllick Seam to be the easiest and the best. I recommend that the application be done in temperatures above 60* because the stuff is much more manageable when soft (it stiffens up when cold). The key is it does the job in the water till she swells and doesn't seem to mess with the bottom paint.

Captain Bill

Ithaca, NY


This Product is Really Slick


I used Slick Seam to seal the seams on my Venetian gondola. It was easy to apply and sealed the few seapy spots perfectly!

Gondola Guy

New Orleans


Davis Slick Seam



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