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There are some specialist glues available for this. You will need a good quality flexible adhesive. The spa sides will stretch when inflated so you may need to put on an oversized patch.
Note that some plastic Spas might not be repairable depending on how bad the leak is.
Posted on Feb 04, 2021
you must clean the area really well before the glue will stick. first, soap and water the area, then rinse. then, alcohol to wipe clean and dry the water from the area.
then, use cpvc pipe primer (used by plumbers) to clean the area and the inside of the patch.
then, vinyl cement (comes with intex boats) or "seal all" (bought at home depot). apply liberally on both surfaces and hold firmly into place. put a weight ontop if you can to hold the patch. let dry for a few hours. should be good to go.
i've patched my intex mariner about 8 times. patches all hold well.
Posted on Dec 08, 2009
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