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    Hole in UQ

    Anyone have any fix suggestion for a VERY small hole in a 3 season WB UQ? It is brand new (1 -4 day section) so I would like to get it fixed up solid.

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    If its on the inside,,just hand sew it with some nylon thread,,outside,,I would just dab a bit of seam sealer on it especially if its smallish,,I did a 1" rip on the backside of a down sweater and its not noticable with seam sealer at all and holds like ripstop itself,,its never going to come off nylon.

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    I got an inch wide tear on my HG 20* Burrow topquilt when it got hung on a bramble. While I could have shipped it to Adam for a professional repair (which he would have done free of charge), I just did a handsewn repair. I didn't see the point in shipping it back.

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    As mentioned, a dab of McNett Seamgrip would be quick, easy and would last.
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    Thanks for the quick suggestions!

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