How to use a repair patch on an inner tube
1/ Locate the hole on the inner tube.
2/ Rub the surface where the patch will be applied using the sandpaper.
3/ Degrease, clean and dry the surface.
4/ Spread the glue evenly around the hole.
5/ Wait around 1 minute until the glue turns dull.
6/ Place the patch over the centre of the hole (without touching the glue and grippy surface the patch with your fingers) and press hard for at least 1 minute.
7/ Remove the patch's transparent film.
Tip from the pros
Check that no objects are lodged in the tyre before putting the inner tube back in place.
4 round patches (19 cm diameter)
2 rectangular patches (18 mm x 28 mm)
1 piece of sandpaper
1 rubber cement tube (5 g)
Optimal lifespan:5 years at room temperature (16-22°C, 30-70% humidity), out of direct sunlight, in its packaging.
Minimum temperature for repairs: +10°C
Temperature for use: -40°C to +65°C
Tube of dissolving liquid:
Store closed and away from heat sources (highly flammable)
- 5 closed and never opened
- 6 months once opened, kept closed
Tips for storage and maintenance
Store between 5 and 30°C in a dry, ventilated area away from any source of heat, moisture, flame and direct sunlight.
Restrictions on use
Dangerous. Follow the directions for use