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    Best neoprene glue?

    I have a 1/2" tear on one of my gloves. I've never had to repair neoprene before but I know they make glue for this purpose. Any good brands?

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    Aquaseal works great find it at any shop, Just make sure you clean (prep) the repair spot well and dry it before you apply it.

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    I always used aquaseal....But, I just recently started using this other brand....I can't remember the name but it comes in a container that looks like a PVC cement container. Works better then aquaseal IMO.....I got it from Spells in Allenhurst

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aguaholic View Post
    Works better then aquaseal IMO.....I got it from Spells in Allenhurst
    I'm on it, since that's my local.

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    O'neill makes a glue that comes in something that looks like a rubber cement container.
    For gloves i would just invest in a new pair because they are the cheapest piece of rubber to replace and my hands are usually the first thing to become cold after 2 hours... Just my 2 cents

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scobeyville View Post
    O'neill makes a glue that comes in something that looks like a rubber cement container.
    For gloves i would just invest in a new pair because they are the cheapest piece of rubber to replace and my hands are usually the first thing to become cold after 2 hours... Just my 2 cents
    I see what you're saying, but I always try to fix things before I get rid of them. Its just how I roll I guess.

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    It's called Seal Cement and it comes in a metal container with a brush connected to the top that twists off. It's $7.95 and you can get it at Allenhurst Spellbinders for sure. It's great because it stays elastic and it's black, aquaseal gets hard and also turns yellow.
    Last edited by JollyRipperNJ; Feb 9, 2010 at 09:00 PM.

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    I've used shoe goo on wetsuit holes before, probably not the best but it worked well enough.

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    i just bought Neoprene Queen. comes in a little tooth paste tube. worked well.