Bowhunting.com Submit your photo

Mend your camo and hunting gear in minutes with Camo Patch.

by Todd Graf 14. April 2009 15:43
Todd Graf

A.P. OutDoor Products is proud to announce the launch of its newest product, “Camo Patch.” Camo Patch is a latex based, nontoxic, cement that permanently dries in minutes and can be used to mend most fabrics and leather dear used by outdoorsmen.

To use, first shake well(test camo patch on a like fabric and adjust cap to prevent over application of cement, a little goes a long way.) Apply a thin line of cement to area of material where mend is needed and place a patch, press together firmly for a permanent bond. High performance fabrics (wind-rain-scent control) need to be patched on the reverse side, lined garments can be mended by placing patch between lining and outer material, once patch is in place, apply cement to patch, press firmly. Camo patch will dry in minutes. For best results, be sure that the material is clean and dry before applying cement. Once cement has dried, garment can be washed and dried. Camo Patch does no stick to your skin and easily rubs off. Be sure to close cap after each use and do not let cement freeze. Latex sensitive people should avoid contact with cement.

Camo Patch can be used to seal the seams on leather boots, instant mend of most fabrics and leather such as camouflage clothing, tree stand seats, ground blinds, and any other hunting gear item that needs mending or customizing. Camo Patch is so versatile it can be used to mend just about anything!

 I have to tell you after using this product to put patches on my son's jacket I was totally impressed. Here you can see I added the deer patch within 1 minute.

We will soon have this product available here on the site.

 

Categories:
Comments




About the Authors

The Bowhunting.com staff is made up of "Average Joe" bowhunters from around the country who are serious about one thing - BOWHUNTING.  Keep up to date with them as they work year-round at persuing their passion and bring you the most up-to-date information on bowhunting gear and archery equipment.

» Click here to learn more about the Bowhunting.com Staff.

Editorial Disclaimer

The opinions expressed by Hunting Network LLC bloggers and by those members providing comments are theirs alone, and do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of Hunting Network LLC. Hunting Network LLC is not responsible for the accuracy of any of the information supplied by bloggers or forum participants. Hunting Network LLC is not responsible for any offense caused inadvertently through interpretation of grammar, punctuation or language.


Sitemap