I’ve also found that Shoe-Goo works better than the normal Vinyl repair kits that supposedly vulcanize a patch to a Vinyl inflatable. I’ve been using an inflatable bed for about 3 years now and they really aren’t built for that purpose. Very comfortable but about every other month it springs another leak. Find the leak, clean off the vinyl, cut a patch to fit and goo up both sides. I’m good for a while where the patch kit that came with the bed created patches that just didn’t work.
I have tried it on various things that need a durable fix, especially since I’m big and tend to break things. I have used it to waterproof surfaces including electronics since they don’t seem to be effected by it and add some heft which may help. I have an old Wifi “thumbdrive” network card that got broken. I soldered that back together and used Shoe-Goo to make sure it wouldn’t break again.
I only have one complaint. Shoe-Goo is hard to find. I have to go out of my way to find an old line hardware store to buy the stuff which I tend to forget which one I bought it at last time out. As my sister and my partner will tell you, by the time something wears out and I toss it, I’ve repaired it a couple times, and Shoe-Goo does help. Now, if I could only remember where that hardware store is, because I’m getting low again!
Shoe-Goo to the rescue!
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