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Neoprene bonding

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Jun 26, 2004
Hi guys !

Just a quick question, What is the best glue for bonding neoprene ? I'm thinking specifically about the seems (blind stiching).

Maybe if you e-mail the guys at elios-sub, they might be able to help... It looks like no one on this forum knows...
I just used some picasso neoprene glue. I had a tear in my 7mm Picasso bio-seal wetsuit (termic inside/smooth outside) that was about 12 inches long and it glued up beautifully! Super strong. I've also heard that Aqua-seal cement (black) is excellent stuff too. In fact my suit was repaired with that by it's previous owner.

Good luck!
Black witch is fantastic stuff for seams.... I've used copius amounts of it on my elios suit when I tore a huge hole in my left buttock!!!! Just needs touching up now and again.... the hole that is, not my bum :D

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