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Quick Fix Tyre Repair £2.99 at ALDI

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5y, 11m agoFound 5 years, 11 months ago
Quick Fix Tyre Repair, always worth having a can in the boot for emergencies! At this price you can't go wrong. Available from the 30th Dec.
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#1
Just got the Aldi email myself, loads a cheapo car stuff from Friday :)
1 Like #2
hot, asda have the holt tyre weld for £2 at the mo too
1 Like #3
Poundland do a bike version instore for £1 (obviously) for anyone needs it for two wheels!
#4
I got the Holts from Asda for £2
1 Like #5
Sorry folks but a great way to ruin your tyres and I learned the hard way - if you can change to your spare and get to a garage.....saying that the price is good!

Edited By: freddykrueger on Dec 27, 2010 11:03
1 Like #6
freddykrueger
Sorry folks but a great way to ruin your tyres and I learned the hard way - if you can change to your spare and get to a garage.....saying that the price is good!


Depends what version uyou get as most garages can repair tyres where the Holts product has been used & for a woman alone these priducts can literally be lifesavers
#7
My car doesn't have a spare wheel, just a bottle of foam and a compressor, so hot from me.
#8
corred1964
freddykrueger
Sorry folks but a great way to ruin your tyres and I learned the hard way - if you can change to your spare and get to a garage.....saying that the price is good!
Depends what version uyou get as most garages can repair tyres where the Holts product has been used & for a woman alone these priducts can literally be lifesavers

I was warned not to use it with my tyres either, think I would rather drive very slowly to get help/away from trouble than wreck a £100 tyre for the sake of 3 quid.
#9
I have a battered old banger that I've been pumping the tyres up on each week because of a slow puncture. I'm guessing that having a puncture repaired professionally, with a new valve and balancing, will cost me about the same as a new tyre? so this will be worth a try. thanks for the heads up.
#10
jaffacake
I have a battered old banger that I've been pumping the tyres up on each week because of a slow puncture. I'm guessing that having a puncture repaired professionally, with a new valve and balancing, will cost me about the same as a new tyre? so this will be worth a try. thanks for the heads up.


no this isnt a permanent fix, just to get you home. A puncture, if its on the top of the tread and not near the sides can be fixed for £10 - if the tyres worth saving that is!
#11
remember its an emergency and the max speed you can drive with a tyre repaired with this is stated on the can
#12
Thicky question! What's the idea here?

Just say my tyre was completely flat. Insert this quick-fix and re-inflate tyre, then get to a garage to get it repaired?
#13
Crazy1

I was warned not to use it with my tyres either, think I would rather drive very slowly to get help/away from trouble than wreck a £100 tyre for the sake of 3 quid.


You don't have to drive very far on a flat tyre to ruin it, even at low speeds.
#14
I'm
marnstars
Thicky question! What's the idea here?

Just say my tyre was completely flat. Insert this quick-fix and re-inflate tyre, then get to a garage to get it repaired?


I'm not sure I can see the point of this product either.
When I found out my mini didn't have a spare tyre I bought some straight away, just in case. A few months ago I ran over a nail with one of my new rear tyres (a few weeks old). I had driven a fair distance (and at a fair speed) before I noticed. Took it to the garage the following day where I was told that I had damaged the wall of the tyre (he showed me the bulging when it was inflated). He also said that if I had used the foam to fill the tyre then then it would have also wrecked the tyre. Had the tyre not been damaged or filled with foam then he would have been able to remove the bolt/nail and repair the tyre. They repaired one for me a couple of years ago for about £10.
I can't really see how this product helps.
#15
Perfect if you have a ride-on mower or for a wheelbarrow tyre. Speed isn't really an issue lol.
#16
Crazy1
corred1964
freddykrueger
Sorry folks but a great way to ruin your tyres and I learned the hard way - if you can change to your spare and get to a garage.....saying that the price is good!
Depends what version uyou get as most garages can repair tyres where the Holts product has been used & for a woman alone these priducts can literally be lifesavers


I was warned not to use it with my tyres either, think I would rather drive very slowly to get help/away from trouble than wreck a £100 tyre for the sake of 3 quid.

Doing this, you can wreck your tyre and rim.
#17
Urban Myth - "this will damage your tyre."

I've heard many times that this stuff will ruin your tyre and wheel but I simply don't believe it - how would it? At the very worst, I could imagine it blocking the valve but that's easy to replace.


Edited By: turdburglar on Dec 27, 2010 19:46
#18
So, apart from this you would also need to carry a footpump in the boot if you don't have a spare?
Sorry if this is a stupid question but another post mentions a compressor so presumably this stuff doesn't work on its own.
#19
Hot from me

This is an emergency product to get you to a garage. Many cars dont carry a spare, even if you do you may be unlucky and stuck in a situation where its just not safe to attempt a tyre change (especially at night in the snow and ice) . Many garages also over tighten tyres and it can be bloody difficult getting them off.

For the sake of a couple of pound it gives another option (even if it does ruin you tyre)
#20
What a load of cok, great product and for the guy who would rather drive to a garage on a flat - Think about this - You would ruin your tyre and weaken the sidewall, all that weight of the car and with the rim digging into the tyre is a perfect recipe for a blowout on the motorway. Seen plenty of motors with the sidewall weakened due to driving on a flat, this is water based and can be simply washed out and National Tyres will repair any tyre used with this stuff or at least with the other company that makes this.

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