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How do I repair a tear in latex?


Ok, so I have looked around and can't seem to find anything about this. I have a batman cowl that has a pretty long tear (not slit) on the back of it. I wan wondering how could I go about repairing the tear (I am assuming liquid latex) and make it where it will be durable enough to put it on without it tearing again. Another problem that I think I might run into is when I repair ir, how would I get that area the same color as the cowl? Any help would be appricated as I do not want to just throw out a nice cowl, or sell it. Thanks.
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Re: How do I repair a tear in latex?


photos of the damage?

it takes some effort to repair, and usually there are
some trade offs, meaning it may not be wearable again

but it depends on the amount of damage

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