Any experienced triathlete will know that depressing feeling when they pull on their wetsuit , and their fingernails pierce the neoprene material. Often it is just a small hole and maybe brushed off as “not a big deal”… until the next time they pull it on and a massive rip appears.
The simple solution is to fix the small hole right away.
It only takes 2 or 3 minutes and can be done anywhere; even on the beach. You just need a tube of Neoprene Queen Wetsuit Repair Adhesive.
Put a thin layer of the black Neoprene Queen glue on the thin edge of the rip (on both sides that need to be glued together). Leave it for 2 minutes until the glue is touch dry, and then carefully aligned the split and press the edges together again firmly. That is all there is to it! The repair will be as strong as the original material.
We have 5g tubes of Neoprene Queen available and also larger 30g tubes.
Buy a few of the small ones and keep one in your car, one in your sports bag and another at home. You will always be able to fix that small hole in the neoprene before it gets any larger.