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    Repairing a bladder

    As per really seem to have acquired some punctures somehow is there any way of repairing them or is it scrap?

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    I used aquasure before and it still holds 6 years on.

    I have a DSMB with about 8 or 9 wreck ferreting holes in it that is repaired by aquasure as well.

    Worst case scenario, you use it and you are back to where you are now
    Rememeber anything you read on the internet was probably written by some guy sitting at home in his underpants! Including this !!

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    Get some tear aid. That's what ap say to use to repair their bladders.

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    Have used both and both are good.

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    Thanks fellas will get the spatula out

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    Id see a doctor about that mate

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    Quote Originally Posted by Charlie View Post
    Get some tear aid. That's what ap say to use to repair their bladders.
    Another vote for TearAid. It's supposed to be a temporary fix but then again APD are running a competition at the moment to see who still uses the oldest Buddy gear, so temporary might mean a decade or 2 to them. My CCR wing has several such repairs and 5 years later, they're still totally leak tight.

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    Probably an obvious one - when using tear aid, cut it into a circular shape i.e with no corners, with no corners the patch wont peel off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MinimalMayhem View Post
    I’d see a doctor about that mate
    That's unfair Jas, I have it on good authority that the use of spatulas in stable relationships between consenting adults is perfectly acceptable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JonG View Post
    That's unfair Jas, I have it on good authority that the use of spatulas in stable relationships between consenting adults is perfectly acceptable.
    But what about the horse? How could it consent?
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