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Holts 400ml Tyreweld Puncture Repair £3.50 + £2 Click & Collect @ Wilko
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Holts 400ml Tyreweld Puncture Repair £3.50 + £2 Click & Collect @ Wilko

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Tyreweld is a puncture repair which contains a water-based foam that acts as a car tyre sealant. It re-inflates the tyre and when you drive the foam finds the puncture and seals it, so you can drive to a garage for a full repair. This compact puncture repair kit is much smaller and lighter than a spare tyre which also saves space and fuel. Tyreweld emergency tyre repair is easy to use, thanks to a unique twist and go mechanism. Just attach it to the tyre valve then watch as it quickly refills the tyre
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Wilko now charging for click and collect????

Not voted but why someone wants to spend 5,50 £ on something that in all probability won't do what its intended to do. The AA is only 4,50 £ a month and guaranteed to work.
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tip: keep it inside a carrier bag. During the "heatwave" a few weeks back one exploded in my car boot. Now it's covered in sticky gunge and Holts' recommendation was to brush it off with a stiff brush .. yeah that didn't work.
just seen it in local asda (castleford) sure it was £3.50, always keep one in the boot, don't nack your tyre, had some in one tyre for nearly 2 years valve stem leaked before the tyre dropped to bits and I changed that! plus you can wash it out and repair it, but tyre shops want to sell you new tyres
stealth66617/09/2019 17:56

just seen it in local asda (castleford) sure it was £3.50, always keep one …just seen it in local asda (castleford) sure it was £3.50, always keep one in the boot, don't nack your tyre, had some in one tyre for nearly 2 years valve stem leaked before the tyre dropped to bits and I changed that! plus you can wash it out and repair it, but tyre shops want to sell you new tyres


Yep, used it for couple years too, great job, far less mess than the nonsense u get with cars these days, and as u say, doesn't wreck the tyre.
Big_Rik17/09/2019 18:24

Yep, used it for couple years too, great job, far less mess than the …Yep, used it for couple years too, great job, far less mess than the nonsense u get with cars these days, and as u say, doesn't wreck the tyre.



instructions say remove object... always found it better to leave it in...
deleted217260517/09/2019 17:42

tip: keep it inside a carrier bag. During the "heatwave" a few weeks back …tip: keep it inside a carrier bag. During the "heatwave" a few weeks back one exploded in my car boot. Now it's covered in sticky gunge and Holts' recommendation was to brush it off with a stiff brush .. yeah that didn't work.



suprised as it's quite a stiff can, had cans of pop puff up with the heat but not pop...
Same price in Asda

Beware though, my wife used one on her car and a few weeks later when getting a new tyre fitted we had to spend another £45 on a new tyre pressure sensor
There are 2 sizes. This is up to and including 16" wheels. There is a larger can for 17" plus wheels.

Used 3 times now over the last few years and does a good job.
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