What would be the best way to repair a foam rubber puppet without using foam rubber?
I have started by using cotton wool and liquid latex, but you can tell by touching it, as the foam is a lot softer than the repairs.
I want to preserve the puppet for as long as possible and get at least a short animation of it before it goes into a display case.
I've seen people use Barge Cement in the past to repair small cuts in foam puppets. It works best on a clean cut. Also, Pros-Aide is a good non-toxic alernative.
Thanks for the respone, guys! I will give some of these suggestions a try!