Product Applications

Tear-Aid is a revolutionary 'peel and stick' transparent and watertight patch that can repair tears and holes in almost anything. Unlike inferior products, Tear-Aid holds air under pressure, even when it's stretched or compressed.

Tear-Aid is so flexible and adaptable, the patch remains adhesive in temperatures ranging from -20 F to 140 F (Tear-Aid Type A) and -20 F to 190 F (Type B), making it perfect for use all year round. Tear-Aid is an extremely elastic, incredibly tough patch that will always recover to its original size when stretched.

All packs of Tear-Aid come with a comprehensive set of instructions, it's so simple to use, even a novice can carry out a professional repair. Below is a list of just a few of the repair situations where a Tear Aid kit would be ideal:

Airbed repairs
Armband repairs
Awning repairs
BBQ cover repairs
Bicycle puncture repairs
Boat cover repairs
Boat seat repairs
Camping repairs
Drysuit repairs
Fabric repair
Facemask repair
Gazebo canopy repairs
Groundsheet repairs
Hammock repairs
Hunting equipment repairs
Leak repairs
Lilo repairs
Motorcycle puncture repairs
Paddling pool repairs
Parasol repairs
Pond liner repairs
Pool toy repairs
Puncture repair
PVC repairs
Repair kits
Repair patches
RIB repairs
Rubber ring repairs
Rucksack repairs
Sail repairs
Soft top hood repairs
Sidecurtain repairs
Sleeping bag repairs
Sunbrella repairs
Sunshade repairs
Tear-Aid tent repairs
Trailer cover repairs
Vinyl repairs
Vinyl window repairs
Vinyl dinghy repairs
Waterproof repairs
Wellington boot repairs
Wetsuit repairs

Instructions - How to Use Tear-Aid


1. Before you can apply Tear-Aid tape, the area around the tear or hole must be cleaned. A pack of Tear-Aid tape comes complete with alcohol wipes, you can also clean the area with rubbing alcohol and cotton balls. Alcohol is the only effective way to clean the area.
2. Separate the tape from the paper backing. Peel about one to two inches of tape from the edge of the backing, DO NOT peel the entire strip of tape from the backing in order to avoid the possibility of the tape sticking to itself.
3. Place the sticky side of the Tear-Aid tape onto the material you want to repair.
4. Slowly pull the rest of the backing from the tape whilst pressing the tape down over the tear. Hey Presto! Your hole or tear is now repaired.
Repair Steps