Question about Century "Bob" Body Opponent Bag
I HAD IT OUTSIDE AND IT WAS PROTECTED FROM THE ELEMENTS BUT HAS COLLECTED MOLD AND WONDERING IF ITS SAFE TO USE ON THE BOB.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Due to the material that is used, I'd get some fishing wire and sew the cut up. Stitch it normally, then go back over cross-stitching to get double the holding capacity.
I'd then use some doctors tape, it's very sticky and will keep the cut together.
I know this sounds like doctors and nurses but it will work. Fishing wire isn't going to snap, the only problem I can see is the bob body might hang its head slightly when you pull the stitching tight. Either way a cut to the neck will make him look hard as nails :)
Hope this helps. Your vote counts a lot. Thanks.
Posted on Jul 13, 2010
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