You know that glue that you use to patch a bike tire? See if you can get some of that. You can be sure that it will stick to rubber, maybe you can get a very thin piece of rubber and patch the hole? Otherwise I think that the rubber cement that has a stick applicator should do the trick. Just make sure you do both the inside and the outdside of the rip. What size is the rip? And is the surround made of rubber or rubberized foam? Either way any rubber cement should work. Mabye we can get some other opinions on this??????
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