Lace Repair

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F20
That's fine for a very temporary repair, but leaving the blue liner tape on there permanently will cause it to collect dirt and become dark over time. Plus using solvent to loosen the rest of the lace tape where it isn't ripped will loosen the repaired area. Why not just sew that area with very thin fishing line?
HD-Lauren
Hi F20! You're right! This is intended to be a temporary repair. You can sew the base, however you have to be very careful in doing so, because if it is not sewn properly, you may alter the fit of the unit. This is intended more for someone who is not comfortable sewing the unit, to hold them over until they are able to send it back to us to be corrected or ready to order a new unit. This particular repair would be redone after every deep cleaning of the base.
Hair nut
This is great, I need to get the products so that I can do this myself