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Quick neopren repair...

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Memo

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Hi,
I got a pair of brand new scubapro gloves but I want to sell them. The problem is one of them has a small cut in the index finger (1cm long) and I want to repair it.

does the ordinary paper glue work? I dont have some special neopren glue and dont want to spend money for it.

Any quick fix suggestions?
 

Memo

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Dont have the contact cement. The cut is 1mm depth and 1cm long. I have to fix it before I sell it.
 

shaneshac

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Superglue it mate. By the time the glove comes apart the buyer won't know it was your fault ;)
 
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