Update: Backpack Waterproofing with Rust-Oleum Leak Seal Flexible Sealant

Failure is always an option – Adam Savage A couple of months ago, I posted about ways that I waterproof my backpack. As of that post, I had given my backpack a few tests with my recently rubberized pack, using Rust-Oleum Leak Seal Flexible Rubber Sealant. The rubber had a few winter trips, and a […]


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Tyvek – For the Budget Camper…

Tyvek – whether you know it or not, you are familiar with it. Ever seen a house being built or re-sided? It’s the paper stuff they stick on top of the plywood underneath. Tyvek (by DuPont) is probably the most common brand name of “house wrap”, that acts as a water-resistant layer between the wood […]

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Waterproofing Your Backpack

Recently, a post on the Section Hiker blog posted about using Trash Compactor Bags as Bag Liners. I keep a LBTB (Large Black Trash Bag) with me for this same purpose. This got me back into writing a post I started a couple of months ago, but never finished – backpack waterproofing. So, thanks for […]

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