I do a lot of construction work with cement and need to protect my hands with rubber work gloves. Invariably there are accidents, where the gloves snag and tear on wires, or sharp areas of cement. Leaks in the gloves are not good, because cement can dry out and eat little holes in your skin.
When one glove in a set goes bad, I use the remaining good glove in combination with other remaining good gloves. The bad gloves eventually get repaired or thrown away. This instructable shows the way I repair them.
Step 1: CLEAN THE AREA
To get glue to stick to anything, you need to get the surface clean. I use sandpaper to clean the area around areas to be patched.