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Tyreweld Emergency Puncture Repair Kit Was £10.00 Now £2.44 @ Tesco Stores

£2.44 @ Tesco
Was having my usual look in Tesco and came across this in the motor bits. It is a 400ml can of tyreweld, a hi vis vest, torch and a pair of latex gloves all in a handy carrier that has velcro on the b… Read More
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8y, 3w agoFound 8 years, 3 weeks ago
Was having my usual look in Tesco and came across this in the motor bits. It is a 400ml can of tyreweld, a hi vis vest, torch and a pair of latex gloves all in a handy carrier that has velcro on the back to attach it in the boot.

This was instore at the Tesco Home store in Whitchurch, Bristol, and they had 2 left after the 1 I bought.
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#1
Nice find :thumbsup:
#2
great, lets hope theres some in my store
#3
I believe Rafa Benitez tried to order these at half time tonight...
#4
greenfeld
I believe Rafa Benitez tried to order these at half time tonight...

:-D and I like Liverpool.
#5
not a bad price, I saw just the tyre puncture repair foam at my local Instore... Seemed like the normal price was £2.50 just incase someone needs one and can't find the above offer...
#6
so how does this work?
#7
These kits do the job, although its worth remembering that once used the tyre is effectively knackered. You cannot get the puncture repaired. The best bet if you have a spare wheel is to use it. If you don't, then you don't have much choice.

Hot deal though!
#8
nice find. thanks! heat added
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Foxy102;4872542
These kits do the job, although its worth remembering that once used the tyre is effectively knackered. You cannot get the puncture repaired. The best bet if you have a spare wheel is to use it. If you don't, then you don't have much choice.

Hot deal though!

dont you mean the inner tube, not the tyre?
#10
csiman;4872593
dont you mean the inner tube, not the tyre?

Cars don't genrally have inner tubes, so it will ruin the tyre.
#11
used this before and its great, heat added
#12
I had to use one of these in an emergency, where my spare was flat and I had a puncture. I was thinking "Great, I can finally bust out that bit of kit my mum bought me for xmas (wtf i know.)"

It did inflate the tyre slighty, but it seemed it was ripped so seeped through the rip - I say seeped, i mean literally exploded.

Went to the local tyre place to see if there was anything they could do, and they said that because i'd used this tyreweld stuff it had basically written off my tyre and i'd have to shell out for another one.

Good price if you REALLY need it i suppose.
#13
Good find, many modern cars dont have a spare tyre so ideal in the case of a puncture to get you home. Wont fix rips or tears (But neither will a garage) If you have a spare then use that. Its a back up thats all (Ive used on cycling outings with family as well)
#14
None left in Cardiff Western Ave and I had the last two from Culverhouse (Sorry)

Agree with comments above, my car and my wifes car are spare-tyre-less and this is what is included instead. I also found that one can is not sufficient to inflate the tyre anywhere near enough to drive it on, (though I suppose this depends on how big the tyres are I guess) so we needed two to get us to a garage for a more permanent repair. The car is only a Grand Scenic and not a Range Rover or anything, so they'd prolly need like half a dozen....
#15
Foxy102
These kits do the job, although its worth remembering that once used the tyre is effectively knackered. You cannot get the puncture repaired. The best bet if you have a spare wheel is to use it. If you don't, then you don't have much choice.


NOT TRUE - WE HAD OURS FIXED BY A LOCAL GARAGE NO PROBLEM!!

Oh, and thanks for the heads up OP, H&R'd.
Next to this kit (tyreweld, torch, gloves,case,jacket) for £2.40, was just the can of tyrweld for almost £7!!!!
#16
I agree with some of the posts here.
This stuff is okay for small punctures (how will you know) but anything else and the tyreweld just start to seep out. (and makes a right old mess) and you can't really drive it.

Once you've done this, most tyre places will say that they have to replace the whole tyre.

My missus has a car which doesn't come with a spare.
She had a puncture and called the RAC who took the wheel off, took it to a local tyre place, got it replaced and brought it back. Took about an hour. (not sure the AA would do this i may add!)
Outside of hours i'm not sure what she would have done. Call me i guess!!!

Carrying a spare, using run flats or waiting for the RAC is the best way to go.
#17
Surely if the tyre is damaged enough for Tyreweld to seep through, it is through the cord, and therefore no reputable garage would repair the tyre anyway!

If you have gone right through the tyre wall in this way, as far as I was aware it is downright dangerous to repair.
#18
great price ta
#19
Bought one from Beckton Tesco, they still had about 6 left..

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