Re: patching Freeloaders?
- I am having success using Gorilla tape on both sides of the tear or
hole then applying heat (with a heat gun) to soften the adhesive and
really make it stick.
- Thanks for the glue gun suggestions. I'd feel more confident doing that, than sewing.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "lectroid94521" <rkt88edmo@...> wrote:
> You can do quite a bit with some old denim scraps and a hot glue gun as well ($3-7 at any craft shop).
> --- In email@example.com, Alan Abrams <abayye@> wrote:
> > Hey, Folks. I just noticed a hole at the bottom of one of my Freeloaders
> > this morning. :(
> > Any advice out there on good means of patching (for a guy who most
> > definitely _cannot_ sew)?
> > Thanks.
- even better than a glue gun would be a tube of seam sealer from any outdoor store. REI usually has it. the stuff is really tough. you could probably even get a kit designed to patch an air mattress and use the little nylon patches.