What is Tyreweld?

It’s raining, you’ve got a car full of kids and all you want is to get home and put your feet up. The last thing you need is a flat tyre. Standing at the side of the road, trying to undo the wheel nuts, getting cold and wet, trying to avoid the passing traffic – it’s difficult, time consuming and potentially dangerous.

Holts decided there should be a simpler, quicker, safer way.

Tyreweld Emergency Puncture Repair is a quick and easy to use solution to punctures which gets you back on the road without having to even touch a wheel nut. It repairs and reinflates without damaging tyres.

  • Quick and easy emergency puncture repair
  • No tools or jack needed
  • Gets you back on the road fast
  • No damage to tyre guaranteed
  • Safe non-toxic formula
  • Washes out of tyres easily after use


What the experts say…

“Unlike some of our competitors, Holts Tyreweld does not damage your tyres. After using Tyreweld, the puncture can be repaired according to the British standard BS AU159:f.”

Qaswar Naqvi, Research and Development Chemist


“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



The handy little can replaces the spare wheel or car tyre repair kit in your boot, providing peace of mind that a flat tyre won’t cause you problems. It contains a water-based foam which acts as a car tyre sealant. First it re-inflates the tyre, and then when you drive the foam finds the puncture and seals it so you can drive to a garage for a full repair. It’s smaller and lighter than a spare tyre meaning it also saves space and fuel.

Tyreweld is easy to use, thanks to our unique twist and go mechanism. Just attach it to the tyre valve then watch as it refills the tyre. Tyreweld works in minutes, letting you move safely away from the passing traffic.

Tyreweld is the only car puncture repair kit you need. It comes in 3 sizes – 300ml, 400ml and 500ml – so you can choose the right size for your tyres.

Frequently Asked Questions


No. Tyreweld, as with all temporary tyre repair products, should not be used on run flat tyres.

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Tyreweld causes no damage to tyres and can be easily cleaned out prior to a professional repair. However it might be that on inspecting your tyre, the repairer has found other damage which makes it unroadworthy. If this is the case, ask for details so you know why the tyre is being replaced. Read more about the legal requirements for safe tyres.

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Tyreweld is intended as an immediate and temporary solution to get you back on the road. After using Tyreweld you should ensure your tyre is permanently repaired, preferably by a mechanic.

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After using Tyreweld, you should drive to allow the foam to make it's way round the whole tyre and find the puncture. You will then need to repair the puncture permanently, and we'd recommend visiting a garage for this as they'll check to make sure the tyre's safe, legal and roadworthy. The Tyreweld foam will wash out easily allowing the mechanic to carry out his repairs.

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Holts Tyreweld is available in stores nationwide, including large national retailers and supermarkets. Visit our Where to Buy page for more information.

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