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Thanaz 73j repair

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Edited by OliverEggertsen - 10/31/14 at 1:58am
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if you do a search, you'll find some threads about that
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Edited by OliverEggertsen - 10/31/14 at 1:58am
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Find a place that sells iron on nylon fabric patches.
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any fabric store will have thin iron on fabric patching material and should have it in black or dark blue. Don't use a denim iron on patch though as they are usually too thick and will just start wearing around the edges of the patch eventually- I ruined a couple nice pairs of jeans learning that
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nylon
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Nylon patches + Heat & Bond =
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i would be a benefit if u could post the link of this site which sells the nylon patches
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the nylon patches are most likely iron on- heat&bond shouldnt be necessary
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Edited by OliverEggertsen - 10/31/14 at 2:25am
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Even if it is self-sticking, I'd say use an iron anyways- it should help it set in more
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