Added Aug 28, 2013
The seam nevertheless needs to be sealed permanently before it unravels deeper into the seam. To keep the seam in tack and thus prevent it from opening up, I place a small piece of Scotch tape over the seam before I trim it. This is an easy way to hold the seam together and it keeps it secure long enough until the seam can be permanently re-locked.
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