I hope I won't have to use this, but good to know there is a really simple and effective way to fix something like this.
Thanks for posting!
This hole was a little larger compared to what I usually encounter. This is about the hole size limit for this repair. Any larger and you start pulling the surrounding netting too much.
It looks best with smaller holes that are just big enough to annoy you and let mosquitoes in.
Whole patch with seam sealer?
I deployed my no seeum netting last night on my BMBH for the first time. I woke up and started to break down my hammock and noticed a small whole. I was no where near any flame embers that could have burned a whole in it and I do not remember have anything sharp near the hammock. Does this happen often?
I had a piece of no seem left over from a bag that my Equinox tarp came in, so I cut a small patch and spread some seam sealer to provide a mechanism to adhere one surface to another.
Any one ever tried this and if so, how long did it last? I think I was able to include a picture.