Neoprene Queen Triathlon Repair Kit will enable you to make quick and durable repairs to rips, holes, leaks, and split unstitched seams into your neoprene wetsuits, drysuits, life jackets, waders, rash guards, and other neoprene-based products.
This repair kit contains Stormsure clear adhesive that is flexible and extremely tough when cured, particularly used to repair outdoor wear and water sports equipment.
Buy a STORMSURE Neoprene Queen Triathlon repair kit now for when you need it later!
- Fixes rip, tears, and splits in unstitched seams into wetsuits, drysuits, and other neoprene-based products.
- Flexible black and clear adhesive that is durable and waterproof.
- Full colour printed instructions to help anyone from novice to expert.
- Disposable gloves are included to keep your hands clean during any repair.
- Great for the environment, repairing instead of replacing reduces landfill and waste.
- Repair kit contains:
2 x 5g Neoprene Queen Wetsuit Adhesive Glue
1 x 5g Stormsure Clear Adhesive Glue
1 x 3mm Thick Neoprene Rubber Patch
1 x TUFF Tape Circular Patch (75mm)
1x Disposable Gloves
For Neoprene Queen Adhesive
For instant repairs to small holes, clean and dry the surface and apply Neoprene Queen Adhesive directly into the hole, apply pressure using a small business card as a spatula pushing the glue in, leaving a 5mm excess overlapping around it. Wait 5 minutes and then your wetsuit or drysuit is ready to be used again.
For larger rips and tears, clean and dry the surface and apply Neoprene Queen Adhesive directly to both edges of the tear whilst holding them apart. Wait a minute for the glue to go tacky and then apply the two halves together, continue to hold them together firmly for another two minutes. Leave for 10 minutes and your wetsuit is now ready to use again.
For Stormsure Flexible Adhesive
Clean the damaged area to remove dirt and grease (sandpaper the surface for best adhesion) and apply Stormsure Flexible Repair Adhesive directly onto the damage, leaving a 5mm excess overlapping around it. Leave flat and allow to cure for 10-12 hours.
If you’re repairing in cold weather after rubbing heat the patch slightly with a hair dryer just until it’s warm and then rub it smooth again.
Store partly used tubes in a freezer. Warm up to room temperature before use again to alter its viscosity.