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Q.  After some research about how to fix a hole in a seam on my lazy spa I have reached yourself. What adhesive would you recommend for this? The spa normally sits around 37 Celsius and the seam is where the air bubbles (jets) come out.

A. Hi, Yes, Stormsure Flexible Repair Adhesive is the glue you need. 

The glue is a polyurethane glue, meaning it has rubbery like qualities when cured. It is extremely strong, durable and flexible which makes it perfect for this kind of repair. What you are doing in your case is putting a protective layer over the seam. The glue will also seep into the holes in the seam filling the gaps. The glue is completely waterproof when cured and can handle heats up to 90 degrees Celsius.
Simply apply the glue with a spatula or paint brush over and along the seam. Also covering approx. 0.5cm-1cm either side of the seam to give extra coverage.
The thickness of the layer of glue will very much depend on the size of the holes you want to repair. We always suggest to start small as you can always add to it.
N.B. If using a spatula or brush, then these will then be ruined after use so don’t go spending much or anything on these.
Make sure the areas and seams are clean and dry before application if possible. Ideally lie the material where the seam is flat so the glue does not run otherwise you may need some tape (just some sellotape or brown packing tape) to try to keep the glue in the place where it should be and incase it runs.
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Q.  Hi, I'm looking into a Spa repair - the thing is, it's the valve, the whole thing has fallen in, and can yet be extricated up to the point where it fills the hole back up, but does not inflate when the pump is clamped on due to insufficient seal, so I'm enquiring after the possibility that is repairable, say, if held in that position while a repair glue sets...? Please advise

A. A common repair for lots of inflatables. Stormsure Flexible Repair Adhesive will do the trick here. It is polyurethane adhesive, which means it has rubbery like qualities when it cures. It is durable, flexible and extremely strong. Simply hold the valve in place and then apply the adhesive into the gaps and around the valve. The glue will be touch dry in a couple of hours but please leave to cure for the full 10-12 hours. Then you should be good to go. 

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