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Old 08-11-2018, 07:23 AM
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Default Fixing a beachball with seam pop
Hello,I recently had accidentally popped my 24" beachball and I was wondering if anyone had the experience of fixing a beachball from it's seam?I fell on my ball and I popped it by accident.If there's an actually useful method or product recommendation to help me fix my beachball let me know,thank you in advance!
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Default Re: Fixing a beachball with seam pop
It all depends on the size of the puncture. Not an expert, but I recommend specific "vinyl glue". I use one by Loctite - about $5. It is actually designed for repairing inflatables, and other items. It is like a gel, which helps cover the puncture area. Depending on the size, it may require more than one or several applications.

Unless you are very attached to it, it might not be worth repairing a 24" beachball. The cost of the glue and a replacement ball are pretty close.

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I bought the beach all from Japan and it has anime patterns,and since it's my first anime beachball I want to restore it at least,thanks for the recommendation
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