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I'm repairing an inflatable boat made of Hypalon. Need to butt-join a seam that must have been repaired numerous times in the past. The inner "rubber" is worn down to the "cords" (neoprene?). Long story short, 2-part hypalon glue is useless on this. Going to give it a go with 5200.

My question is how tight should I clamp the repair while drying? I don't want to squeeze all the stuff out. Also is the new Fast-Cure 5200 just as strong as the old stuff? Thanks!

I should add that I can easily clamp this whole seam while drying, just not sure if I should too tightly.
 

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not much help but fast cure 5200 still takes days to cure.
 

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Try Aqua-Seal use this on neoprene wetsuits and drysuits, works really well
 
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