Originally Posted by Johnf3
Take all this good advice and buy the Rema patches, but also use their vulcanizing fluid to apply the patches. Rubber cement is not what you want with Rema patches.
In our area, everything that manages to grow has some kind of thorn attached to it. I have tubes with multiple Rema patches on them and they are a permanent repair when used with their glue (or fluid as they call it).
I have used several different brands of patch including Remas. For the last 4 years I have been using Elmer's rubber cement. Maybe have applied 20 patches with it. It does not seem to make a difference. They have all held.
I guess YYMV. It is good to consider John's warning, but I don't think it makes a difference.