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    Would this work for a torn tarp?

    I think this may work for an emergency repair to a torn tarp if you are in the boonies...???


    Sail Bandage
    Marinerís Choice unique product designed to repair all sails.
    - The light weight, high strength polymer composite has a remarkably high tear resistance.
    - The aggressive adhesive has been specially formulated for all commonly used sail fabrics, even damp sails!
    - Translucent, suitable for any colour sail.
    - SAIL BANDAGE may be removed using a domestic hair dryer.

    Size: 75mm x 4.5m (3" x 15í). Colour: clear



    http://www.baselinemarine.com/shopdi...d=76&cat=Tapes

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    Quote Originally Posted by V8Mondo View Post
    I think this may work for an emergency repair to a torn tarp if you are in the boonies...???


    Sail Bandage
    Marinerís Choice unique product designed to repair all sails.
    - The light weight, high strength polymer composite has a remarkably high tear resistance.
    - The aggressive adhesive has been specially formulated for all commonly used sail fabrics, even damp sails!
    - Translucent, suitable for any colour sail.
    - SAIL BANDAGE may be removed using a domestic hair dryer.

    Size: 75mm x 4.5m (3" x 15í). Colour: clear



    http://www.baselinemarine.com/shopdi...d=76&cat=Tapes
    Probably, but if I'm in the boonies I've always got me some duct tape.
    Trust nobody!

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    Amen for duct tape.

    For a more perminate repair out in the boon dock I would use the emerg seam sealer and a bit of stiting with the needle and thread.

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