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Posted 4 July 2023

2 X Quick fix car emergency flat tyre inflate, puncture repair kit - £7.97 Sold & Dispatch from Vitapoint via Amazon

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Immediate Temporary Tyre Repair Seals And Inflates Tyres Quick And Easy To Use
Can Be Used For Any Tyre Cars Bikes Motorbikes Etc
This Car Pride Quick Fix Tyre Repair Will Offer A Rapid Temporary Repair To Your Tyre The Can Releases A Sealant Which Seals And Inflates The Tyre On A Temporary Basis

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  • Pressurised container: May burst if heated.

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  1. msharif911's avatar
    Bear in mind if you use one of these then you are likely going to need a new tyre unless its water-based. Garages will only do puncture repairs on your tyre if a water based one of these type of cans is used. Apparently HJalfords sell a water based one.
    debschillen0704's avatar
    Are the water based ones any good
  2. RickRyder's avatar
    Holt's Tyre weld 400ml Currently £4 each with Tesco on the shelf.
  3. celticninja's avatar
    these are also good for prams, easy to carry around with you too in case of emergency.
  4. peterainbow's avatar
    i got a can of this from a "pound" shop a few months ago, can't remember which flavour though, worth a check and it worked well on my wheel barrow
    scottydogg81's avatar
    Flavour? You make it sound like a sweet 🤭
  5. FireFreeAFC's avatar
    Anyone know what size tyre these can go up to?
    horsey's avatar
    as a comparison:
    "500ml MICHELIN Emergency Puncture repair can is suitable for use on all tyres up to size 245/45 R17"

    this is slightly bigger, but in reality if you rotate the hole downwards you shouldn't need that much anyway
  6. naveid's avatar
    Bought for £3.50 from homebargains, used on my car, which has an air leak from a year. Had twice puncture repaired, still air leak.
    Just used half bottle, Now it's fixed.
    bigbadwolves's avatar
    Its a temporary fix. Get your cheap self a new tyre.
  7. Bella_Ciao's avatar
    Will this work on run flat tyres?
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  8. AidanONeill's avatar
    You get the exact same stuff in Poundland
  9. horsey's avatar
    I had a cheaper version that I'd had for years, the gas had mostly leaked out and it was slightly clogged. But I managed to trickle out enough to fix an old wheelbarrow tyre.

    I wouldn't rely on just this to fix a car tyre because you can't predict what kind of emergency you'd be in at the time. Modern cars come with a tub of sealant that attaches to a compressor, that's probably a more reliable solution.
    Certainly it's worth having as a backup, but so is carrying those little sticky tyre repair strings for a bigger hole, and tools for removing a nail.
  10. anthony69's avatar
    This saved me once, and imo are the best thing since sliced bread!. Don't even think twice, if you get a flat tyre and don't have a pump nearby these will fix the problem and inflate the tyre - just click Buy and keep them in the boot. Job done.

    Don't forget though these do a temporary fix so get to the garage when possible to provide a more permanent puncture fix or get a new tyre! (edited)
  11. andy_mathiesonWna's avatar
    Used one on trailer tyre and it blocked tyre valve stem , sealed puncture though , but wouldn't these also block tyre pressure sensors?
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