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How to mend a hitch in an almost invisible way

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      To mend a hitch, you only need a few accessories: thermo-sticky cloth, an iron, wire, a needle, a pair of scissors and ... a little patience!

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      Cut the thermo-adhesive fabric to the correct size. The piece should be slightly larger than the hitch.

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      Lay the canvas side glue (this is the brightest side) on the wrong side of the fabric.

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      The canvas is now glued, but to make sure it does not peel off after a few washes, it is better to sew the edge to the fabric.

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