Usage guidelines

Tear-Aid delivers on promises, if the usage guidelines are being followed

First check the Product Repair List to see if you need type A or type B. Before proceeding make sure surface is completely dry. Keep Tear-Aid out of children’s reach.

Tears and holes in the centre of the material:
  1. Use the alcohol patch to clean the surrounding material. Before proceeding make sure surface is completely dry.
  2. Trim the Tear-Aid patch to the preferred size. For optimal attachement the patch needs at least 2,5 cm of coverage on both sides of the tear.
  3. Preferably use rounded edges.
  4. Gently tear off about 1 cm. of the protecting paper on the back of the patch. Stretch the patch a little to tear the paper.
  5. Position the damaged material.
  6. Apply the exposed adhesive side of the patch. Remove the rest of the protecting paper while in the mean time applying the rest of the patch to cover the tear.
  7. Press the patch firmly.
Tears and holes on the edge of the material:
  1. Use the alcohol patch to clean the surrounding material. Before proceeding make sure surface is completely dry.
  2. Trim the Tear-Aid patch to the preferred size. For optimal attachement the patch needs at least 2,5 cm of coverage on both sides of the tear.
  3. Apply the patch on the outside of the material and turn the material around.
  4. Place the nylon string across the tear, it will provide reinforcement.
  5. Fold the remaining part of the patch over the edge.
  6. Apply a secondary patch on the other side of the material.
  7. Press firmly and cut any the remaining pieces of nylon string.

Tear-Aid

  • can be used with temperatures ranging from -28 to +60 degrees Celsius
  • makes liquid glue or stitching a thing of the past
  • stretches and reshapes
  • can easily whitstand tension without ripping or losing adhesive strenght
  • prevents rips and tears from getting larger
  • easily cuts to a preferred size or shape

Keep out of children’s reach.

Tear-Aid, the exceptionally strong repair patch!

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