When to Use Tear Aid Type A
Type A can fix rips and tears in most materials. Keep a kit in the glove box of your car, in your office drawer, in your kitchen drawer, indoors or outdoors; have Tear Aid handy when you need to fix small rips, tears or holes quickly and permanently before they get any bigger.
Tear Aid is strong, it's airtight, watertight, transparent, stretchy, and once applied to a rip, a tear or a hole, the repair is permanent!
Use the Type A Tear Aid on Auto Convertible Tops and Windows, 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, Leather Saddles, Protective Clothing, Polyamide & Polyester Products, Camping & Fishing Products, Tubes, Trailers & Umbrellas - just about every type of material available - Canvas, Rubber, Neoprene, Nylon, Most Fabrics, Plastics, Polyethylene, Polypropylene, Polyurethane, Non-oiled Leather, Acrylic, Fibreglass, Aluminium, Polyester, Hypalon and Dacron
Whether thermoplastic or thermoset, we highly recommend the use of Type B Tear Aid to repair items made from synthetic or semi-synthetic organic compounds.
Use Type A Tear Aid on a Canvas Auto Convertible Roof
Indoor and Outdoor Repairs made easy with Type A Tear Aid
Repair - Don't Replace!
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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