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Take a syringe of liquid rubber (latexmilk) inject that straight into the puncture hole, don't screw around with tape, it's crappy looking and unsafe. Glue and the like will harden and make sharp edges, so not the best idea. Latex milk will dry with a slight yellow hue, so add a drop of paint; the paint used on Warhammer figurines gives a very nice colour ...


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I've found they do help. Mostly they stop weapons sticking to each other and stop them picking up fluff. Note that you can just buy a silicone spray from your local hardware store. The ones the larp weapon sellers sell aren't special in any way. You can also use talcum powder to do the same thing, but it does tend to take the shine off the weapons (which I ...


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Seeing as it makes the weapon slightly lubricated and stops snagging on other weapons so much (more so than talcum powder) It immensely decreases the chance of ripping if you accidentally snag your weapon on a tree or a wall. Not to mention silicone spray won't come off in rain and provides a larger amount of waterproofing, Seeing as talcum powder just ...


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I think that some sort of silicone spray is the best thing to use. A small amount of glue may help if the damage is not somewhere that will hit others. Glue tends to become harder with time and you can end up with a nasty lump in your weapon. During game, I have seen gaffer tape fix all sorts of things: it is like the force. It has a dark side, a light ...



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