Holts Tyreweld 400ml Puncture Repair £3.50 @ Tesco
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Holts Tyreweld 400ml Puncture Repair £3.50 @ Tesco

£3.50£4.9930%Tesco Deals
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Expires on 30/10/2019Posted 11th Oct
Repair & re-inflate punctured tyres instantly to drive to nearest garage
Requires no manual labour or tools. Wash-out with warm water
400ml water-based latex formula is suitable for R15 & R16 tyres

- 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.

Pack size: 400ml

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Excellent stuff to get back on the road. Used last week until I had chance to repair my tyre. Sealed the puncture first time and inflated tyre
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Just additional info as it seems "most tyre repair outlets will refuse to repair a tyre that has been inflated with foam"
Great price, though
Tucalito11/10/2019 09:11

https://www.saga.co.uk/magazine/motoring/cars/maintenance/spare-tyre-or-tyre-foamJust additional info as it seems "most tyre repair outlets will refuse to repair a tyre that has been inflated with foam"Great price, though


yes, thats true. So, its rubbish.
Most will refuse, but if you give it a good clean before going to the tyre service you will be fine. I spoke with my friend who has a garage and he said there is nothing wrong with tyres repaired with this kind of kit. Only ppl who work there are just lazy because you just need to clean it. Many of them say this is a "muck" which stinks and is hard to clean only to deter you from cleaning it yourself. I just punctured nearly new tire for 70 quid and I couldn't just throw it out lol

EDIT: I used the other company kit and it worked just fine. Said friend told me he knew someone punctured the tyre half way his trip to Poland and succesfully went on it
Edited by: "moosheck" 11th Oct
moosheck11/10/2019 11:12

Most will refuse, but if you give it a good clean before going to the tyre …Most will refuse, but if you give it a good clean before going to the tyre service you will be fine. I spoke with my friend who has a garage and he said there is nothing wrong with tyres repaired with this kind of kit. Only ppl who work there are just lazy because you just need to clean it. Many of them say this is a "muck" which stinks and is hard to clean only to deter you from cleaning it yourself. I just punctured nearly new tire for 70 quid and I couldn't just throw it out lolEDIT: I used the other company kit and it worked just fine. Said friend told me he knew someone punctured the tyre half way his trip to Poland and succesfully went on it


How do you give it a good clean before going to the tyre repair place?
If you have garden hose, use this + brush it out, or just flush the mock with water and clean it out. You will also find white "plug" formed be the kit - just pick it out and that's it. Don't say anything about the kit at the tyre service, otherwise they will refuse.
moosheck11/10/2019 14:53

If you have garden hose, use this + brush it out, or just flush the mock …If you have garden hose, use this + brush it out, or just flush the mock with water and clean it out. You will also find white "plug" formed be the kit - just pick it out and that's it. Don't say anything about the kit at the tyre service, otherwise they will refuse.


I'd need to remove the tyre from the rim, right?
Tucalito11/10/2019 17:09

I'd need to remove the tyre from the rim, right?


Yes, of course
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