Pfanner Repair MaterialOffered in Two Colors!
This self-adhesive fabric from Pfanner is thermo-coated with hot melt adhesive for repair of various garments. It isn't stretch material, but it can be used as an inexpensive fix for your Arborwear Canopy, Arborwear Ascender, Pfanner Stretch-Air, or Pfanner Gladiator pants.
Size: Sold by the 10" x 12" sheet
4.8 out of 5 star average customer rating based on 4 reviews
worked great - 04/04/2015
Reviewer: Mike Brough
Did a great job fixing my canopy pants
For the sewing challenged amongst us - 06/20/2014
Reviewer: Aaron Danforth
Great stuff, especially considering I can't run a sewing machine to save my life. Easy to apply and very effective. I have found that it tends to peel off my Pfanners after a few months, but it's simple to just throw another patch on.
Lead foreman /Prouduction Arborist - 03/12/2013
Reviewer: Rob Polen
I have found the Pfanner repair material is a great product. It made fixing my Gladiator chainsaw pants very easy. It was as simple as cutting the material to the desired size heating up the common household iron heating up the patch and the garment is fixed.y pants were punctured by a gaff, it didn't compromise the garment just scuffed it. The patch material works great I recommend it for fixing your damaged item.
Pfanner Repair Material Instructions, English Translation - 03/10/2013
This repair material is great. I did some work amongst multi-flora rose a while ago and got some small tears in the legs of my old Pfanner StreetchAir pants. I was never sure how to repair them, so I didn't bother, until Luke told me about this material. I went on a fixing frenzy once it arrived. It couldn't be easier to do, and takes very little time. It's recommended to make the repairs from the inside of the clothing, but you can't really feel the material against your body once the repair is made.
"Make your pants better with very little cheddar!" :)
Do yourself a favor and follow these translated instructions:
Pfanner Repair Material Instructions:
~Cut patchwork fabric slightly larger than the hole to be repaired.
~Remove protective film and stick repair material to the inside of the hole.
~A smooth thin board must be be shifted so that the pressure of the iron does not lose full contact with the section to be repaired.
~The patch can now be welded to the fabric.
~Take an iron, without steam, and heat it to the highest level before making contact (about 180 ? -200 ? C or 360 ? - 390 ? F).
~Press the preheated iron on the patchwork fabric for about 20 seconds (until the adhesive has formed a connection with the outer fabric).
~Cut protruding threads off.