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Patching holes in Carhartts

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Quick question. Does anyone have any good ideas for patching holes in Carhartt material jackets/bibs? I have worn a few holes through and want to find a good material to patch it up with. And maybe where I could buy this material. Thanks.

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I used terr grease, its a white
liquid fabric cement and denim.
I was a welder for 10 years, after
you wash carharts where a couple
hot spots were there was always a
hole to patch.
TonyS

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At the WalMart, they have an iron on patch that is similiar to denim. I iron one on the inside, one on the outside of the hole, and they work great. Very rugged, and they come in different colors.

[This message has been edited by Mr55371 (edited 12-21-2003).]

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I'm with Mr55371 on this one. I patched my keys with the iron on patch from Walmart(found in the sewing section for $1.04 for 2 patches). I just ironed one on the outside of my Key coveralls before this season and it is still solid.

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Buy a pair of Carhartt pants and cut off the legs, you not only have enough patching material but with a hem or 2 you have a nice pair of shorts for summer.
Besides it looks better than denim on Carhartt's

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(I fish)

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