Tyreweld has been developed by our Research and Development team to repair your tyre temporarily without causing damage. The water based foam seals punctures and won’t damage your tyres in any way. It can be wiped out of tyres easily, so a mechanic can repair the puncture permanently.

You should tell your mechanic before they remove the tyre that you’ve used Tyreweld and that it can be cleaned out. Some mechanics might not be familiar with Tyreweld’s formula, so it is worth letting them know.

When your mechanic inspects your tyre, they will check to make sure it’s still roadworthy. Sometimes the damage caused by a puncture (or the wear on a tyre that builds up through regular driving) means that it’s no longer safe or legal. If this is the case, the mechanic will not be able to repair your tyre and will recommend that it’s replaced with a new, safe tyre.

If this happens, ask them to explain why and show you the old tyre. Remember – tyres are your only contact between the vehicle and the road, so it’s important for your safety and for the safety of others that they’re in good condition and roadworthy.

What the experts say…

“I have recommended customers carry a can of Tyreweld for years and never had a complaint from a customer. It’s the only brand I’ll carry in my own car.”

Jonathan Fry, Jonathan Fry Automotives