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Bo Nash best for repair?
Best bonding agent for hole
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Date: 3/7/12 7:27 PM

I need to repair a hole in a suit jacket. I have heard about various products that can be used, such as Bo Nash bonding agent. http://softexpressions.com/software/notions/Bonash.php
I can't remember any of the others, though.

I have found positive reviews of Bo Nash, but does anyone here on PR have any other recommendations? Thanks!!! :)
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Date: 3/7/12 9:43 PM

I just looked up Bo Nash, sounds wonderful. I do repairs with fusible interfacing if there's enough fraying threads to cover the hole. Occasionally I use liquid stitch but it doesn't sound nearly as nice as the Bo Nash stuff.

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Date: 3/7/12 11:46 PM

Maybe I'll have to order some Bo Nash then, unless anyone knows of something even better!

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Date: 3/8/12 0:03 AM

I've used the Bo Nash to repair holes in denim, corduroy and cotton and have had amazing results with it. I purchased mine at a Sewing Expo several years ago and it will last for quite awhile as long as you store it in a cool, dry place.

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Date: 3/8/12 1:56 PM

Thanks for letting me know about your personal experience with this product. It sounds like exactly what I need.

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