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400ml Holt's Tyre Weld + Torch (inc batteries) + Gloves £2.50 @ Asda
400ml Holt's Tyre Weld + Torch (inc batteries) + Gloves £2.50 @ Asda

400ml Holt's Tyre Weld + Torch (inc batteries) + Gloves £2.50 @ Asda

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First post, with pics of product & receipt. Come on, gotta get some heat just for that lol !

Just spotted these and the 400ml can was right next to them @ £6.50 each.

So a bit stupid not to pick these ones up instead.

Pic of receipt is not very clear, but I bought 6 of them for £2.50 each (family & friends cars)

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Original Poster

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Good spot, nice first post! Cheers.

Which ASDA was this in BTW?

Original Poster

Sorry, Coryton in Cardiff.

None of these in my local Asda only the single cans

Banned

Voted cold as the image is not in HD.;)

You may want to remove the bottom of your receipt.
Edited by: "SHOWMAN36" 24th Sep 2010

Amazing deal!

Although use this as a last resort, as some tyre places will not repair punctures if you have used this stuff. Another alternative is, "slime" although you will need a pump (I would recommend "Ring" voted top auto express) or some air cannisters. Slime washes off, so tyre places will repair your puncture.

Why do you need so much tyre weld? Anyway, doesn't using this mean buying a new tyre and wheel rim, which for me would be about £180. You can only use it for a short distance can't you??

You do not have to buy a new rim, maybe just a tyre, depending on tyre fitting station.

Original Poster

No you do not need to replace the tyre.............

"Holt Tire Sealant seals and inflates punctured tyres instantly. The Tyre Weld is made from a water based latex formula that does not damage the tyre. It can be easily washed out with warm water prior to a tyre repair."

Taken from:-

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devils_advicate

Amazing deal!Although use this as a last resort, as some tyre places will … Amazing deal!Although use this as a last resort, as some tyre places will not repair punctures if you have used this stuff..



Its not that they wont, its that they cant. The puncture repair procedure some use is not compatible with this stuff. Those that use the rubber patches on the inside of the tyre cannot use that repair if this stuff has been used.

tried to use some of this a year ago, my car was converted to LPG and therefore i lost my spare wheel (the gas tank goes there) anyway i get a puncture, follow the instructions and carefully screw onto the valve, when it attempted to discharge the foam into my tyre it simply leaked out of the valve.

Might want to mention that to your "friends and family".

doonhamer

[quote=devils_advicate]Those that use the rubber patches on the inside of … [quote=devils_advicate]Those that use the rubber patches on the inside of the tyre cannot use that repair if this stuff has been used.



I used to get them to put an inner tube inside the tyre.

Original Poster

buckfast67uk

tried to use some of this a year ago, my car was converted to LPG and … tried to use some of this a year ago, my car was converted to LPG and therefore i lost my spare wheel (the gas tank goes there) anyway i get a puncture, follow the instructions and carefully screw onto the valve, when it attempted to discharge the foam into my tyre it simply leaked out of the valve.Might want to mention that to your "friends and family".



Thanks, and I will warn them, and yes, it really is for friends and family. Two cars in my household and then one each for two sisters and two other friends.

Didn't realise we had to have a limit on how many people we know or can buy things for !

Original Poster

"Holts tyreweld has been designed as a temporary repair in order get you home/to the garage, and is only recommended as such by Holts".

"Holts Tyreweld is the only Tyre sealant on the market to receive endorsement from the National Tyre Distribution Association (NTDA), this is due to the product being a water based latex emulsion".

"Which can be simply washed out of the tyre using warm soapy water, and then following British Standards for tyre repair (AU:159) any dried remnants can be removed with a buffing wheel to ensure good adhesion of the repair patch".

"Regarding permanent repair, Holts have an agreement in place with all 205+ National Tyre & Autocare branches (who are the second largest tyre repair company in the UK) to repair any tyre treated with Tyreweld for an additional small surcharge for the added labour time - provided the puncture damage is not too severe".

doonhamer

Its not that they wont, its that they cant. The puncture repair procedure … Its not that they wont, its that they cant. The puncture repair procedure some use is not compatible with this stuff. Those that use the rubber patches on the inside of the tyre cannot use that repair if this stuff has been used.



No, they're just being lazy/trying to make money from selling you a new tyre !

"Holts tyreweld has been designed as a temporary repair in order get you home/to the garage, and is only recommended as such by Holts".

"Holts Tyreweld is the only Tyre sealant on the market to receive endorsement from the National Tyre Distribution Association (NTDA), this is due to the product being a water based latex emulsion".

"Which can be simply washed out of the tyre using warm soapy water, and then following British Standards for tyre repair (AU:159) any dried remnants can be removed with a buffing wheel to ensure good adhesion of the repair patch".

"Regarding permanent repair, Holts have an agreement in place with all 205+ National Tyre & Autocare branches (who are the second largest tyre repair company in the UK) to repair any tyre treated with Tyreweld for an additional small surcharge for the added labour time - provided the puncture damage is not too severe".

I prefer FlatFree flatfree.com/ffq…tml and have used it for a number of years and have never had a flat tyre.

I prefer to use breakdown vans.

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matedodgy

I prefer to use breakdown vans.



Why wait so long for a van to turn up ?

I could change all four tyres before the majority of breakdown services would get to you.

I bought one the other day for the same price, went back today and saw them for £1.25! Still had a few left on the shelf, Wigan ASDA.

Banned

matedodgy

I prefer to use breakdown vans.



Surely these wont fit on the rim?

matedodgy I prefer to use breakdown vans.




SHOWMAN36 Surely these wont fit on the rim?



*splutters*
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