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Wader repair.

Post by Watty » Tue Jun 26 2018 19:19

Hey chumps,
Iv got a hole about 4mm wide in my waders. It says the outer layer is nylon and the laminate is polyurethane. Anyone know of the best magic goo to fix them? Never seen it done. Cheers

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Re: Wader repair.

Post by r0bert » Tue Jun 26 2018 20:25

Aquasure

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Post by Kev Berry » Tue Jun 26 2018 20:48

r0bert wrote:
Aquasure

that's the stuff :thumbs:

if you have a hole best to use a backing patch

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Post by Duncan Holmes » Tue Jun 26 2018 22:05

Stick the tube in the freezer when you have done, makes it last longer
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Post by Mike J » Thu Jun 28 2018 09:17

Send them to Diver Dave in Wales.

https://sites.google.com/site/wadersrepairs/

You get guaranteed waterproof repair that is tested before its returned to you.
A company everyone who wears waders (a lot) should know.

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Post by Nobby C » Thu Jun 28 2018 10:15

Diver Dave. Recommended site.
https://sites.google.com/site/wadersrepairs/

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Post by Rosemary » Mon Jul 02 2018 15:29

Some years ago I had a similar problem. Although I am sure the advice above is sound I tackled the problem differently.I bought from an aquatic shop a pond repair kit, several patches and adhesive. Did the job well and no leakage now.
Just old and knackered.

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Post by smallsballs » Mon Jul 09 2018 21:50

Another thumbs up for diver dave, think he's based in Aberdeen tho..
Aquasures always good for a cheeky quick repair, blather it on!

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Post by norwich lad » Thu Jul 12 2018 17:58

it stands the test of time also, i holed some neoprene waders 3rd time out sitting on a cheap folding chair 12 yrs back. i used them last season and still the aquasure repair doing the job. key the area before application as well as using a back up patch on the inside.
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Re: Wader repair.

Post by dave aylett » Fri Jul 13 2018 08:54

I've a pair of chest waders I use a lot whilst piking. Think they've a pin hole somewhere as they do let in a bit of water.
Any tips for finding out where the said hole is ??

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Post by ken brooks » Fri Jul 13 2018 09:50

dave aylett wrote:
I've a pair of chest waders I use a lot whilst piking. Think they've a pin hole somewhere as they do let in a bit of water.
Any tips for finding out where the said hole is ??
Fill email up with water Dave and stand them upright. Should see the leak then.
If you do put a picture up as could do with a laugh. :laughs:

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Post by dave aylett » Fri Jul 13 2018 16:17

ken brooks wrote:
dave aylett wrote:
I've a pair of chest waders I use a lot whilst piking. Think they've a pin hole somewhere as they do let in a bit of water.
Any tips for finding out where the said hole is ??
Fill email up with water Dave and stand them upright. Should see the leak then.
If you do put a picture up as could do with a laugh. :laughs:
Cheers Ken
I assume you'll want me wearing them ( full of water) as well for your pic??

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Re: Wader repair.

Post by ken brooks » Fri Jul 13 2018 17:32

Cheers Ken
I assume you'll want me wearing them ( full of water) as well for your pic??
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