As Seen On TV: Flex Shot Review


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    The Product: Flex Shot

    The Promise: “The Easy Way To Caulk, Bond, And Seal!”

    The True Price: 2 cans of Flex Shot with Extension Tubes and a bonus can of Flex Seal for a grand total of $39.93

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Flex Shot As Seen On TV Review



Phil Swift, A.K.A. “The Product In A Can Guy” is back to promote the latest extension into the popular Flex Seal brand called Flex Shot.

Flex Shot is a specially formulated thick rubber adhesive sealant that you can use as a caulk or for a wide range of repairs. (It reminded me of a thicker, spongier caulk when I used it.)

Being that it can be applied without the need of a caulk gun, Flex Shot is ideal for situations when you need a fast solution to weatherproofing. Some of those uses include:

  • Autos & Boats
  • RV’s & Campers
  • PVC Pipes & Duct Work
  • Crafts & Decorative Items
  • Kitchens & Baths
  • Sinks & Showers
  • Tubs & Tiles
  • Windows & Skylights
  • Roofs & Gutters

  • The Flex Shot Offer


    When ordered from the official Flex Shot website you will receive 2 cans of Flex Shot in your choice of white, clear, or almond, 2 extension tubes, and a bonus can of classic black Flex Seal for $19.99 plus $9.95 S&P and an additional $9.99 processing. (That’s a grand total of $39.93.)


    Flex Shot Put To The Test


    I was recently able to use Flex Shot right before our last major winter storm here in Missouri. I had neglected to re caulk some of our windows in the house and the bitter wind was blasting it’s way through every tiny opening.

    Much like similar caulks in a can, dispensing Flex Shot was a little bit tricky at first. I wanted my seal beads to be uniform and it did take me a few seconds to find the right amount of pressure needed to make that happen. (Just remember that Flex Shot does expand a bit when it comes out so the bead will be just a bit thicker.)

    Once I was satisfied with the results on some of my windows, it was time to use Flex Shot’s expansion properties to fill in a few cracks along my front door that my friends at Transormation Properties had recently installed.

    As expected, Flex Shot filled in the gaps nicely and I was able to make the sealed edges look attractive and professional.


    Should You Buy Flex Shot?


    All in all, I was satisfied with the results that I had with using Flex Shot. It worked for me as promised and I am very satisfied with the results I got when using it.

    My only disappointment was with the price of the offer online. (It is a bit more expensive than what I usually pay for As Seen On TV products online.) However, the Flex seal brand has a good relationship with most retailers, so expect to see the product eventually on store shelves.

    However, if you’re like me and can’t wait to try it, be sure to do yourself a favor and click that big yellow box below to order your own Flex Shot now!
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    What are YOUR thoughts about Flex Shot? Be sure to let us know in the comments below!

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    3 comments on “As Seen On TV: Flex Shot Review
    1. Shane Trusty says:

      Phil Swift is back to sell something else that comes out of a can! This time he’s promoting Flex Shot. The product demonstrations were pretty boring compared to some of his others, but I guess you can only do so much with spongy caulk!

    2. Odenian says:

      “Messy cocks dry out”

    3. ElitesEngineering says:

      so its silicon. In a can…

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