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open cell glue

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Feb 11, 2018

To repair an open cell wetsuit.
Enough regular neoprene glue or need a special glue for open cell?
If so, which companies or models are recommended.
Regular glue for neoprene wetsuits. I use Spettons, good value, works well. Picasso's Black Witch has a memorable name.
Regular one. Just clean the area, apply a small amount on each surface, wait 10 minutes and then press together.
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Yes, just follow the instructions. It can even fill small voids.
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I personnaly use the "Patex liquid neoprene glue".
Their "neoprene gel glue" is too stiff when dry, and their "transparent neoprene like" is nicer but slightly stiffer and not as strong (in my opinion).
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