David

I've successfully made patches from another piece of leather and stuck over
the hole using an impact adhesive such as evostick.  A bit like mending a
bicycle tyre really!  I expect a new bag will be needed sooner rather than
later though.  Over time any oils in the bag seasoning can eventually soften
the glue holding the patch on.........

I wouldn't bother with extra seasoning as it will cause more problems with
the excess getting everywhere you don't want it to.

Best Regards
Alec

-----Original Message-----
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] 
Sent: 28 August 2006 19:34
To: nsp@cs.dartmouth.edu
Subject: [NSP] Bag holes

Hi everyone,
 
Just doing some maintainance and noticed a very small pinhole in my  leather

bag. Obviosly I will try the bag seasoning thing but is there  anything I
can 
use to seal the hole from the outside as well. Rubber solution,  any kind of

glue? What's best? Any suggestions?
 
Many thanks in advance. 
 
David W

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