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Tear-Aid Repair Kit Instructions

Tear-Aid Applying Instructions:


How to Repair a Tear in a Bounce House


Apply onto a clean and dry surface. If you need to clean the surface, then clean it with a mixture of alcohol and water.


There are 3 main steps that you should follow when applying the tear-aid onto a tear.


1. Cut the patch into appropriate size with the patch size being at least 1 inch longer than the edges of the tear.


2. Peel back the paper liner.


3. Stick the patch and slowly peel back the paper liner carefully onto the tear. Avoid the air bubbles when applying the patch over the tear.


Tear-Aid Type A- sticks to canvas, most fabrics, rubber, neoprene, most plastics, nylon, fiberglass, stainless steel, aluminum, polyethylene, polypropylene, polyurethane, non-oiled leather, and sunbrella. Type A is 90% adhesion when initially applied and at 100% after 1 hour.


Tear-Aid Type B- sticks to vinyl and vinyl coated materials. The Tear-Aid Type B has a unique adhesive that resists the oils of the vinyl that otherwise would leave it turn into gummy in sunlight like other adhesives. Type B is 50% adhesion when first applied and 100% adhesion after 24 hours.


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