Vinyl Banner Repair Patches

$9.95
Vinyl Banner repair patches
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Vinyl Banner Repair Patches Details

Sold in increments of 2" Banner repair material to repair a torn or ripped vinyl banner. Best results if applied to BOTH sides of tear. These banner repair patches hold air under pressure even when stretched. You can even use them on vinyl rafts that have holes to hold back water. The vinyl based patch is see-thru and will work with all vinyl colors. Though the repair material adhesive provides an instant adhesion, without sewing we suggest letting it dry 24hours before use for best results. The patches will conform to irregular surfaces and in turn provides a stretchable and elastic fix to your banner sign or other vinyl based products. The UV resistant adhesive material is made to withstand high heat and inhibits yellowing for many years. Adhesive is manufactured in a way that when exposed to high heat it will not turn gummy. Patches cut easily with any exacto knifes or scissors yet durrable enough to without high impacts from sharp objects. We can size your banner patch to any length you need. Patches are 3" wide and can be cut to any length you need. Prices start at 3"x2" . Adhesive is already applied to the patch. Simply peel and stick to your vinyl based product. No messy glue to deal with. Patches are elastic and can be pulled and stretched without loss of use. TEAR-AID® Repair Patches unique composition stretches and recovers absorbing the force that causes ordinary repair products to tear off. Durable, flexible, airtight, watertight, puncture-resistant, industrial-strength patch that protects against abrasion, moisture, saltwater, UV sunlight and extreme temperatures.

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