Hey, I'm Chris Funada, and I'm going to teach you how to repair your wetsuit. Firstly, you'll need some neoprene glue. Any brand of neoprene glue will work just fine and if your neoprene glue doesn't come with a brush, I highly recommend you buy some brushes. It'll make your life much easier and keep you from putting too much or too little cement between the two pieces of neoprene. If you're a messy person, I highly recommend getting some wax or parchment paper. This will make cleanup much easier as the glue does not stick well to the wax or parchment paper.
So we have our sample piece of neoprene with a section to repair and our glue. For the glue, you want to read all the directions. Each brand may have different requirements and cure times. If you follow the directions you have the best chance of having a repair that lasts as long as possible.
Step 1 - Apply glue to side A of the neoprene.
Step 2 - Apply glue to side B of the neoprene.
Step 3 - Let neoprene sit for 5 minutes (depending on the glue's directions of use).
Step 4 - Apply glue to side A of the neoprene.
Step 5 - Push edges together gently.
Thanks guys for letting me teach you how to repair your wetsuit. Odds are if you've had your wetsuit for a while, there are probably a few cuts and tears in it that need to be sorted out. This is going to save you a ton of money from having to buy a new wetsuit every time you blow out something because it got stuck on a rock or maybe you're a little bit careless with the dive knife.