Holts Emergency Tyre Repair - Tyreweld 400ml half price was £7 now £3.50 @ Tesco
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Holts Emergency Tyre Repair - Tyreweld 400ml half price was £7 now £3.50 @ Tesco

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Found 5th Aug
Holts Emergency Tyre Repair 400ml was £7.00 now £3.50

- The 400ml can is for cars with R15 and R16 size tyres, which is usually medium to large sized cars.
- Easy and safe tyre repair. No tools or jack needed
- Gets you back on the road fast
- Peace of mind in your boot
Tyreweld is an emergency tyre puncture repair, which is easy to use and gets you back on the road fast. It inflates tyres without any manual work or tools, sealing punctures allowing you to drive safely to a garage. Simply attach the can's tube to your wheel valve twist the red cap and walk away to safety leaving the can to empty fully and reinflate your tyre, and watch as it inflates the tyre.
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It is better than being stuck on the M62, on the Moors, in the rain, in the dark.
If you have any chance of a repair on a tyre you can wave goodbye to it after using this stuff.
Wave goodbye to repairing your expensive tyres. Mine cost £90 and most garages won't touch them after using this rubbish.
Knackers your tyre
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Large cans are also available for R17 size tyres for half price £5.00.
Very useful to have
Used before worked well
My neighbour recommended this for a tyre with a rusted steel wheel which is slowly losing air. Might give it a go at this price.
Knackers your tyre
If you have any chance of a repair on a tyre you can wave goodbye to it after using this stuff.
It is better than being stuck on the M62, on the Moors, in the rain, in the dark.
MoneyEyes42 m ago

If you have any chance of a repair on a tyre you can wave goodbye to it …If you have any chance of a repair on a tyre you can wave goodbye to it after using this stuff.

You CAN still repair a puncture after you use this stuff I did, they used a newer puncture repair system where the puncture doesn't have to be preped before fixing.
Great price, thanks @ThomasB09 Handy to have in case of emergency!
Regprentice1 h, 38 m ago

My neighbour recommended this for a tyre with a rusted steel wheel which …My neighbour recommended this for a tyre with a rusted steel wheel which is slowly losing air. Might give it a go at this price.


Better getting your local back street garage to put some bead seal in, will cost a tenner but won't leak again. A can of this is a tremp fix only.
banjomike1 h, 53 m ago

It is better than being stuck on the M62, on the Moors, in the rain, in …It is better than being stuck on the M62, on the Moors, in the rain, in the dark.



You're fixing the tyre on Halloween, there's a full moon breaking through the clouds and there's a strange sound coming from over your shoulder.
You slowly turn around, trembling, to see a Werewolf crawl out from behind a bush, bearing it's fangs.


Someone else can continue the story if they like.
I'm recommending Danny Dyer as the lead character in the movie version.

Go
Wave goodbye to repairing your expensive tyres. Mine cost £90 and most garages won't touch them after using this rubbish.
These are great for an emergency. Would def recommend.
Thanks
Bought one for same price from asda.
ZipperLT2 h, 24 m ago

I prefer this kind of solution …I prefer this kind of solution https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MOTORCYCLE-CAR-VAN-TUBELESS-TYRE-PUNCTURE-REPAIR-KIT-TIRE-TOOL-PLUG-EMERGENCY/282385678836?epid=603006552&hash=item41bf7f81f4:g:YokAAOSw4A5YwDGw


I second these, really good, and so easy to use. I fixed my tyre about 4 month ago, still going strong.
caped_crustation9995 h, 27 m ago

I second these, really good, and so easy to use. I fixed my tyre about 4 …I second these, really good, and so easy to use. I fixed my tyre about 4 month ago, still going strong.



Sounds like an accident about to happen.
This does not damage tyres. It is a handy excuse for garages to sell a new tyre, and then make a few quid selling the old one.
Derek_Horatio_Shatwell10 h, 42 m ago

You're fixing the tyre on Halloween, there's a full moon breaking through …You're fixing the tyre on Halloween, there's a full moon breaking through the clouds and there's a strange sound coming from over your shoulder.You slowly turn around, trembling, to see a Werewolf crawl out from behind a bush, bearing it's fangs.Someone else can continue the story if they like.I'm recommending Danny Dyer as the lead character in the movie version.Go


The snarling werewolf rips off it's mask and reveals a more hideous monster. It is the slobberring and snarling Boris Johnson. He drops the knife he holding, the blood of the latest victim he stabbed in the back still fresh...You turn and flee.
Just get some tyre strings and fix it yourself.
GoNz0-12 h, 18 m ago

Better getting your local back street garage to put some bead seal in, …Better getting your local back street garage to put some bead seal in, will cost a tenner but won't leak again. A can of this is a tremp fix only.



Could be the valve core but agree do the job properly.
Derek_Horatio_Shatwell12 h, 31 m ago

You're fixing the tyre on Halloween, there's a full moon breaking through …You're fixing the tyre on Halloween, there's a full moon breaking through the clouds and there's a strange sound coming from over your shoulder.You slowly turn around, trembling, to see a Werewolf crawl out from behind a bush, bearing it's fangs.Someone else can continue the story if they like.I'm recommending Danny Dyer as the lead character in the movie version.Go


The werewolf ate Danny. and they all lived happily ever after.
The End.
Were a good solution for BMW runflats that couldn't be repaired anyway.
You'll have to find a small repair shop on a quiet day otherwise.
ZipperLT12 h, 21 m ago

I prefer this kind of solution …I prefer this kind of solution https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/MOTORCYCLE-CAR-VAN-TUBELESS-TYRE-PUNCTURE-REPAIR-KIT-TIRE-TOOL-PLUG-EMERGENCY/282385678836?epid=603006552&hash=item41bf7f81f4:g:YokAAOSw4A5YwDGw


+1 for these. I've used on my car and van and tyres still goi g strong a year later. I also used on the outside edge of my motorbike tyre as a temporary fix until I replaced the tyre. Brilliant bit of kit.
We had a hire car last year and got a puncture. Used this stuff. Worked a treat.
jamgin5 h, 25 m ago

The snarling werewolf rips off it's mask and reveals a more hideous …The snarling werewolf rips off it's mask and reveals a more hideous monster. It is the slobberring and snarling Boris Johnson. He drops the knife he holding, the blood of the latest victim he stabbed in the back still fresh...You turn and flee.


This is better than my night time reading.
Will this work on run flats?
lazyboy6 h, 52 m ago

This does not damage tyres. It is a handy excuse for garages to sell a new …This does not damage tyres. It is a handy excuse for garages to sell a new tyre, and then make a few quid selling the old one.


Exactly , I've used this loads of times and the garage have fixed a picture afterwards , garages that claim to not be able to do so are lying so you buy a tyre off them, it's a standard response at kwik fit, but if you've ever taken a car for an mot at kwik fit, they tend to fail it on every part they have in stock !
Terrible stuff do not use if you want a tyre repair. A typical repair costs £15, a new tyre is £40 upwards
COLD
Do not use this stuff.
Better to use a spare.

If this stuff is good enough to fix a puncture, then the tyre would have been good enough to repair.
By using this stuff you will have no choice of a repair (less than £5) & only option would be to buy a new tyre.
bojangles3 h, 26 m ago

COLDDo not use this stuff.Better to use a spare.If this stuff is good …COLDDo not use this stuff.Better to use a spare.If this stuff is good enough to fix a puncture, then the tyre would have been good enough to repair.By using this stuff you will have no choice of a repair (less than £5) & only option would be to buy a new tyre.


The problem with "use a spare" is that these days most cars don't have a spare or, often, even a place to keep a spare...
furiousjammin9 h, 24 m ago

+1 for these. I've used on my car and van and tyres still goi g strong a …+1 for these. I've used on my car and van and tyres still goi g strong a year later. I also used on the outside edge of my motorbike tyre as a temporary fix until I replaced the tyre. Brilliant bit of kit.


I have this too but it's not that user friendly(you need some strength) you need a compressor with you and probably pliers and you most likely need to take the wheel off unless you get very lucky. That said, it is very useful and cost saving.
ThomasB095th Aug

Large cans are also available for R17 size tyres for half price £5.00.


Is that the 500ml? Just taken my Countryman off run flats so need something to keep in the boot
Bossworld19 m ago

Is that the 500ml? Just taken my Countryman off run flats so need …Is that the 500ml? Just taken my Countryman off run flats so need something to keep in the boot


Yes, it is. 500ml for 17" tyre or above.
Pandarino5th Aug

Knackers your tyre


If you have to use this your tyres already knackered! It's to get you home.
I used it few times (got LPG tank in spare wheel place) and NEVER had any problems with repairing it later in garage - stop spreading urban legends or change your garage...
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