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Repair leaky wellies!

 
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Not my idea, but genius simple solution...

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going to try that the next time I step on a locust thorn!
 
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This is very cool. I wonder, if it could be done with iron on low setting.
 
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I wonder if a good ol' tire plug would work. Slather a little rubber cement, silicone or goop on it, stuff it through the hole and trim flush after it dries. Then sun solder it for good measure.

Worth a try.
 
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