Tear Aid can be used to repair broken expensive items in your home and business.
Tear Aid's adhesive is made using a special formula that is designed to help it bond invisibly and permanently with most surfaces.
As a result, Tear Aid can be used to repair items made from a variety of materials, including plastics, ceramics, glass, and metals.
In addition, Tear Aid is also resistant to water and temperature changes, making it an ideal choice for repairing items like caravan annexes, tents, and even water storage tanks, which are exposed to the elements.
By using Tear Aid to repair those expensive items, you can save money and help reduce the amount of waste that ends up in landfill at the same time.
Tear Aid is an example of a circular economy product - by using Tear Aid, you can be responsible for the life cycle of your belongings and extend their useful life.
In doing so, you can save money and assist in protecting our environment.
Type A *Tear Aid can be used on:
- Plastics, Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Polyurethane, Polyester
- Non-oiled Leather
- Hypalon and Dacron
1 x 15.2cm x 9 metre roll
100 x Romed 70% Isopropyl Alcohol Sachets included with purchase
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)
*Material Safety Sheet (MSDS)