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Easy-to-follow, Step-by-step Tube Repair


Step 3: Clean tube surface by spraying a coat of pre-buff cleaner over the injured area. Allow it to set for approximately 10 to 15 seconds. Drag the scraper over the entire sprayed surface to remove contaminants. Repeat if necessary.

Pre-buff Cleaner Allow to set 10-15 seconds Drag the scraper to remove contaminants

Step 4: Choose a tube patch that will extend beyond the injury by at least ½".
Choose a Patch   Extend Beyond the Injury    
         
         
         
         

Step 5: Buff the area slightly larger than patch size, to a smooth velvety surface. Do not use a buffer that exceeds 5,000 RPM. A high-speed buffer scorches the rubber prohibiting an optimum bond.
Buff the Area        
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