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#1 of 2 Old 03-03-2013, 09:44 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Anyone had any luck repairing small PUL tears? I have some old fuzzy bunzs that have small tears where the label is sewn on. Has anyone had any luck with a waterproof glue? I want to catch it before it gets big. I also need to replace the elastic in the legs. My mom suggested I make a casing for it instead of sewing through the elastic which will weaken it. Makes sense, the elastic in the back is still good.
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Depending on how big the hole is or what kind. I have had luck with folding it onto itself a bit and then sewing on the inside to hide the hole. It's not pretty....but it works! 


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