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A Guide To Tear-Aid Patch Kits And Rolls

It’s always a frustrating situation in life when the big things that we own break, tear apart, or otherwise stop working. The process of repairing large objects and devices, such as a bounce house or tent, can be daunting, and can leave you scratching your head figuring out how or where to begin. A Tear-Aid patch kit or roll may be exactly what you’re looking for to solve those intimidating tasks.

The Tear-Aid patch operates like a large adhesive bandage for mainly outdoor appliances and entertainment devices. When peeled off of its packaging, the patch is ready to go for use anywhere: no extra equipment or adhesive is required. Apply the patch to any rip, tear, or hole you wish to fix. The Tear-Aid patch will stick like glue to the surface, and will be completely attached and watertight within seconds, remaining tenacious and waterproof for years to come, unlike other adhesive tools such as duct tape or masking tape. The Tear-Aid patch can come in light-weight kits for minor accidents or in large 5-foot rolls for larger splits and tears.

There are two types of Tear-Aid patches; Tear-Aid refers to them as “Type A” and “Type B”. Type A Tear-Aid patches repair almost all non-vinyl surfaces, such as canvas (and other fabrics), rubber, plastics, and fiberglass. Use Type A Tear-Aid patches to fix tents or sails. Type B Tear-Aid patches are to be used exclusively on vinyl surfaces, making them a prime example of fixing devices such as bounce houses. Make sure to remember this when selecting a Tear-Aid patch kit or roll.

Written By:
Richard Allen
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