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Thanks for the further clarification. In the meantime, I stumbled across something in a fabric store that could also work. As long as you cleaned any manufacturing residue off of these, I would think they wouldn't interfere with the bonding process. (Fellow readers, feel free to correct me if I'm wrong.)
Thanks for the reply. If you don't mind a follow-up: For this Instructable, how did *you* hold the material as you heated it and how did you hold it as you transferred it to the patch area?
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Thanks for a helpful demonstration and explanation. However, one important step seemed unclear. How do you hold the patch material while it's being heated (and then move it into the repair location) without burning your fingers off? You advise against using tools or gloves, but what else can you use?
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FWIW, it appears to be "Glidecote" (one word, with a c instead of a k). Not sure if it will let me add a link, but if so, try this: https://www.amazon.com/Glidecote-V207501-Woodworki...Also, nicely done Instructable. Thanks for posting. P.S. When I first saw the thumbnail for this, I thought you had made it out of clear plastic like Lexan or some such. The metal tape looked like reflections off a clear surface! :-)
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