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CarPride Quick Fix Tyre Repair - £1.99 @ Netto

£1.99 @ Netto
Available from 26/2 Easy to use. Quick fix tyre repair will offer rapid temporary repair to your tyres. The can releases a sealent which seals and inflates the tyre on a temporary basis. This is no… Read More
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8y, 3m agoFound 8 years, 3 months ago
Available from 26/2

Easy to use. Quick fix tyre repair will offer rapid temporary repair to your tyres. The can releases a sealent which seals and inflates the tyre on a temporary basis. This is not a permanent tyre repair,only temporary.
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#2
Dont these ruin the tyre though so you cant repair it?
#3
bargainhunter2009
Dont these ruin the tyre though so you cant repair it?


surely if the tyre needs repairing in the first place to use this stuff then why would you be bothered about it wrecking it further its meant to be temp fix to get you to a tyre suppliers lol
#4
If a tyre only has a puncture why "ruin" a tyre which would cost me £75 to replace if i could just get a puncture repair for only £8 !!!!!!!!!
#5
richard41
If a tyre only has a puncture why "ruin" a tyre which would cost me £75 to replace if i could just get a puncture repair for only £8 !!!!!!!!!


ahh right i get you :thumbsup:
#6
richard41
If a tyre only has a puncture why "ruin" a tyre which would cost me £75 to replace if i could just get a puncture repair for only £8 !!!!!!!!!


yes thats what I am saying! These things do more harm than good
#7
blue1878
surely if the tyre needs repairing in the first place to use this stuff then why would you be bothered about it wrecking it further its meant to be temp fix to get you to a tyre suppliers lol


just use the spare tyre and get a puncture repair done
#8
bargainhunter2009
just use the spare tyre and get a puncture repair done


Unless like me your car does not come with a spare tyre. I have a repair kit as standard......a bottle of sealant fluid to squeeze through the valve and a small compressor to then inflate the tyre. So in my case personally I would rather have one of these in the boot simply because they inject sealant and inflate in one go, at this price well worth it for less hassle. Then £250 for a new tyre!!!
#9
sabreliner
Unless like me your car does not come with a spare tyre. I have a repair kit as standard......a bottle of sealant fluid to squeeze through the valve and a small compressor to then inflate the tyre. So in my case personally I would rather have one of these in the boot simply because they inject sealant and inflate in one go, at this price well worth it for less hassle. Then £250 for a new tyre!!!


oh ok yeh great if you dont have a spare - its just the prob afterwards tho!
banned#10
I think this is a great thing. I couldn't change a tyre to save my life. It would be more secure for me, broken down on a dark country lane with a flat tyre, to get a quick repair with this than hang around waiting for someone, anyone to turn up. Hot from me.

:)
#11
It's not without it's drawbacks as pointed out but it's a good price for this. Most places sell this type of product for £7.99+

Heat added.
#12
found this stuff extremely handy for the inflatable tyres on the kids pram
i was always getting thorns etc in the tyres and initially used this with the intention of fixng properly
but lazy as i am i never bothered and all the tyres are full of it now after numerous punctures
#13
voted HOT!

but tyres can be repaired after using this stuff...... its just most places wont be bothered with the effort it requires to clean out the tyre properly and instead just say once its set its impossible to repair..... which is a lie in most cases
#14
Great for motorcycles as well, I always carry one of these with me as it's lighter and smaller than carrying a spare motorcycle wheel and tyre (and all the tools needed to change a motorcycle wheel)
#15
As most people said the tyre will have to be thrown away after you get home, so very poor value, theoretically if properly cleaned out it can be repaired aslong as the puncture is not near the sidewall, but Tye repairers do not want to take the risk of comeback or legal action if their repair fails, also its a good excuse to sell a new tyre,
banned#16
As at least one poster above has said, my car doesn't HAVE a spare tyre, just a compressor and some sealant built under the seats (new Galaxy). For those like us, this is a great deal and very very cheap - Halfrauds charge a tenner for this stuff.
BUT << Never use this stuff if you have a modern car with pressure sensors - I was behind a chap in the Renault dealer who had put something like this in his Laguna and had written off the tyre pressure sensor. Charge over £100, PLUS cost of a new tyre. If this post only lets one person know its been worth typing. Not that many cars have dashboard readouts of tyre pressure, but enough do to make me write this warning!!!!
#17
What size is this?
#18
gratts
What size is this?


Well to be able to inflate a tyre for driving on after it's gone flat, it would need to be the size of a small child.

Baa!
#19
poundstretchers sell these as well
#20
Good idea but.....tried these things in the past and they simply don't work - never inflated the tyre or fixed the puncture. Just left a big mess!!!:x
#21
travellers
Never use this stuff if you have a modern car with pressure sensors - I was behind a chap in the Renault dealer who had put something like this in his Laguna and had written off the tyre pressure sensor. Charge over £100, PLUS cost of a new tyre.


I've heard of that problem but my car has pressure sensors which work off the ABS so it's not an issue across the board.

I've also heard that this stuff can dry rock-solid and actually make rims unusable. It seems like a false economy to me (unless you don't have a spare).
#22
my lotus elise only have these as standard
#23
Used this sort of stuff on the kids bikes before very handy to have. You know what kids are like always ask at the wrong time. Hot from me :thumbsup:
#24
heat added ............. :thumbsup:
#25
hot for me, as its the ideal thing for when you least expect it

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