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The most basic form of repair - get your hissy toy airtight again without using those self-adhesive patches that fail easily. I have another tutorial specifically covering seam splits that includes fixing negative curves.
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Basic Patching - for punctures, simple seam splits, burn holes etc.

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RaumieTCUK
RaumieTCUK
17 Aug 2021

The most basic form of repair - get your hissy toy airtight again without using those self-adhesive patches that fail easily. I have another tutorial specifically covering seam splits that includes fixing negative curves.

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Nino Brown
Nino Brown 3 months ago

Round edges are what u want. I think a lot of people learn that the hard way. Also for the eu it can be called pattex for the us its called loctite vinyl glue and hh66 should be avail. Across most countries except i usually just buy it online. We also use mostly syringes in the modding arena so maybe i can make an addition to this just showing my kit. Well done.

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RaumieTCUK
RaumieTCUK 3 months ago

You can certainly do better repairs than this with more care and syringes etc, but this is intentionally really basic for people just starting out or who think a small seam split means the end of their toy.

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Nino Brown
Nino Brown 3 months ago

Absolutely. Understood, it can certainly be scary the first time and these videos should def be available to offer encouragement. No need to do better then this. Thats a pretty ideal repair method for someone who just wants to own toys and fix them when need be.

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