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I've got an almost brand new car cover that's got a 5" tear in it. :angry: How can i fix it for good so no more snow gets under it? I'm looking for a real fix, not duct tape or anything like that ;)
 

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Originally posted by baggedout81@Feb 11 2010, 04:45 PM~16585222
Can you sew it? or is the shit to fine

What about a iron on patch.Kinda like the ones you put on jeans when you have a hole in them
I've tried sewing a cover before with the same thread that i used for leather seats but it still came undone and didnt last long. I suppose an iron on patch would work, i just don't know what kind of material to use or where i would get it.
 

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Humm i'd try a fabric store.I'm for sure they would know what i'm talking about.I take my jeans to a sewing shop and they do it.Wal-mart might have some they got about everything else.
 

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best way is to take it to an awning shop they work with the same cloth as the car covers, most people wouldn't even charge you for that small of a rip
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Originally posted by baggedout81+Feb 12 2010, 11:39 PM~16599117-->
Hell Walgreens even has them.Dont know if this is what your looking for.But this is what i was talking about
http://www.walgreens.com/store/catalog/Clo...i_sku=sku317102
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Looks cheap enough to try :biggrin:

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best way is to take it to an awning shop they work with the same cloth as the car covers, most people wouldn't even charge you for that small of a rip
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An awning shop huh. I never would of thought of that, i'll see if i can find one around here.
 
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