I've fixed several 1.5 and 2 kites screen tears with Gel Super Glue. The vented Rev2 glue job held up in 30 mph wind with no new tears so far. I did buy a vented B2 just in case the 30 mph wind tore the screen again.
Line up the mesh tear sides and scotch tape them in alignment on the back side of the kite. Use Gel version of Super Glue on the front side of the kite along the length of the tear and a little further on each end. The Gel version is thicker and fills wider gaps, such as screen holes, better than regular Super Glue. When dry, you'll be able to remove some of the scotch tape and some will stay stuck in the glue but it's not visible from the front side.
Yeah, see, this is why I should not answer these questions. Nice explanation (much
better than mine). Going to have to try that on a couple of mine . . . if I ever get around to it.
I fold & roll carefully, but some of my revs were pretty old & well flown already when I picked them up here or other places . . . and they've seen quite a bit of flying time since. I have two or three right now with some mesh issues. I wonder if beach (& water!) flying vs. grass flying makes a difference, or if it's just cumulative air and sun time.