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How do you repair a split piping bag?


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I have a couple of old Tomkin 'thermtex standard' piping bags that have begun unravelling from the nozzle end, one of them has split almost to the top and is unusable and the other isn't too far behind. The fabric isn't damaged, it's just a glued seam coming undone. Just wondering if it's possible to repair them - what type of glue can you use that will stick the bag safely without contaminating the contents, or providing a medium for bacteria to grow on? Even the local supermarket has started stocking disposable piping bags so maybe their time is up, but I'd like to salvage them if I can.

-Chris

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