Joined: Sun Feb 11, 2007 3:41 pm Posts: 63 Location: Ruakaka, New Zealand
Ive been testing their stuff, Canopy and leading edge patches that Iron On... and they stick like Hell. I have been running a kite repair business in asia for ~6 years, and previously would say everything must be stitched... (that after seeing several kitefix repairs)
Kite Fix and Kite Aid are 2 totally different products. Kite Aid Rules
Joined: Thu May 15, 2008 3:16 am Posts: 21 Location: Canada
You can use a normal iron set to "NYLON" or 160 Deg. Celcius as explained in the instructions for the Sail Repair product. It is best to use the heel of the iron which does not have steam holes. Also, a flat surface is recommended in order to apply an even pressure to the patch. Adding an old cotton t-shirt over this working surface will also enhance the overall pressure around the patch and ensure a good bond.
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