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MIKE IN lINO III

Repairing neoprene waders

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I found out that I have a small leak on the inside of my knee area. Waders are only two years old used approx 10 times. Does anyone know how to fix them??

I looked and couldn't see on the outside where they could have caught something. No rips,tears or puntures.

Mike

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There does not have to be a visible rip to seep through. there can be a scuff or a seam that lost its seal. If you find the spot use the sportsman goop on it. Works like a charm and dries very fast.

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Aquaseal is very good as well once you find the area of the leaking

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