When to Use Tear Aid Type A
Type A can fix rips and tears in most materials. Keep a kit in your glove box, in your office drawer, in your kitchen drawer, indoors or outdoors; have them handy when you need them. TearAid is strong, it is airtight, it is watertight, it is transparent, it stretches, and once applied to a rip or a tear, it is permanent!
Type A Tear Aid adheres to Canvas, Rubber, Neoprene, Nylon, Most Fabrics, Plastics, Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Polyurethane, Non-oiled Leather, Acrylic, Fibreglass, Aluminium, Polyester, Hypalon and Dacron
Type A Tear Aid will achieve 90% adhesive strength on application and 100% adhesive strength after 1 hour.
Type A Tear Aid can be used on Auto Convertible Tops, Building and RV Awnings, Backpacks, Nylon Banners, Canvas Sails & Canopies, Fibreglass & Glass, Leather Goods, Plastic Goods, Seats & Cushions, Tents, Tarps & Sleeping Bags, Ski Suits & Wetsuits, Inflatables, Horse Blankets & Rugs, Protective Clothing, Polyamide & Polyester Products, Camping & Fishing Products, Tubes, Trailers & Umbrellas - just about every type of material available
Use Type A Tear Aid on an Auto Convertible Roof
Make Tear Aid your first option for repairing all Camping, Fishing & other Outdoor Equipment
Repair - Don't Replace!
For major repairs Type A Tear Aid is available in 9 metre rolls
Use Tear Aid for simply the best repair!
Tear Aid meets mandatory levels of *safety and will not cause harm when used in a reasonable manner, including reasonable misuse.
*Complies with AS 1230-1993 (R2016)
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