Crosspost from Reddit /r/myog, hoping to get even more input here. Hi all, I really like my 3F UL gear Lanshan 2 tent, but there's a small issue: a tiny bit of leakage that would make me leave it at home for a three times heavier tent if I'm expecting anything more that a light drizzle. I'll try to describe the issue as clearly as possible, hoping that some of you will be able to advise me on the best way to make my tent fully waterproof again. I've added some pictures here (not mine) to clarify the explanation below. While constructing the tent, they've stitched tie-outs to the two sidewalls. Then the stitching was taped from the inside with a nice round patch, making it perfectly waterproof again. Unfortunately they've then added a hook to hang the inner, stitching through the outside tie-out, the fly AND the waterproofing patch. Now water can seep through the threads and after about an hour of rain, it's being transported all the way through to the inside of the inner's bathtub floor. I've already tried seam-sealing with some silicone-thinner mix but the water keeps finding a way through the webbing. One idea so far is completely taking off the webbing that connects the inner hook, sewing it onto a round patch of silnylon and then glueing it back into position with some carefully applied silnet. Any other/better ideas?