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A simple explanation to find and patch a hole in your bike's inner tube.
After the inner tube has been removed from the bike, inflate the inner tube until it is no longer limp. Pressure inside the inner tube will help yo...
Submerge the inflated inner tube into a sink full of water. Look for air bubbles escaping through a hole in the inner tube. Be sure to check the ent...
Mark any holes with a permanent marker. Then dry the inner tube with a towel. The inner tube needs to be dry so that the adhesive will stick properl...
Score the surface of the inner tube 1.5 inches around the hole with 100 grit sandpaper.
Apply and spread a 1mm layer of adhesive evenly over the scored surface of the inner tube.
Peel off the foil from the patch. Center the patch over the hole and place the orange side of the patch on the glue.
Peel off the plastic backing from the patch.
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