Yeah, I know it is off topic -- animal product rather than plant and
all that, but it _is_
a natural porous material, and woodworkers do
know about glues...
My dog recently converted his 6' leash into two 3' leashes. Being
basically cheap, I was thinking of repairing it by overlapping the
pieces about 6" gluing them, along with some pop rivets. 6" less
freedom seems like a fair price for him to pay for chewing up his
I probably should be stitching it, but don't have a machine, and doing
by hand is not worth it.
Any idea what glue to use? Strong in shear and flexible. And should I
glue smooth side to smooth, rough to rough, or rough to smooth?
TIA for any help.
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