Our new multifunctional adhesive tape for the repair and protection of POLYURETHANE, NYLON, DACRON, NEOPRENE, CANVAS, RUBBER, ACRYLICS, FIBERGLASS, STAINLESS STEEL, ALUMINIUM, MOST FABRICS, PLASTICS, SUNBRELLA, GORETEX, POLYETHYLENE, POLYPROPYLENE, NON-OILED LEATHER, HYPALON. Does not repair VINYL products!
The instructions in the manual must be followed strictly. Using this product means that you have read and understood the manual and you have the skills to use this product correctly.
We advise to get familiar with the repair procedures and have ready all the materials before starting with the repair. Pre-sand and dry clean the affected area before starting actual repair.
ULTRA REPAIR PATCH APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
S1. Cut patch to correct size with scissors allowing for the patch size to extend 2cm beyond all edges of the tear. You can overlap patches but make sure that they overlap min. 2cm. Round patch corners.
S2. Peel back 1-2cm of paper liner (do not peel off the back liner completely)
S3. Stick to position the first 1-2cm part of the patch, make sure that it overlap the tear for at least 2cm. Slowly peel back the liner while carefully applying the patch over the tear. Work out all the air bubbles (less bubbes better the bond). Apply pressure to the patch from the centre to the edges.
Follow S1- S3 to the other side of the repair if applicable.
KITE SPECIFIC INSTRUCTIONS
If you can't appy patch nicely on the kite's bladder and you have some wrinkles in the bond, we advise you to apply a thin layer of our PU glue around the patch edges, then leave the repair to cure overnight!
Kite Bladder Blowout Repair
Step by step procedure:
BLADDER BLOWOUT REPAIR
S1. Cut off damaged and stretched material
S2. Insert TPU film to the INSIDE of the bladder
S3. Pre-sand the area with fine sanding paper
S4. Clean the sanded area with alcohol swabs and leave to air-dry
S5. Round the edges of oversized bladder patch
S6. Peel and stick patch over the tear
S7. Optionally glue the valve edge to make repair permanent*
Kite Canopy / Frame Repair (with Kite Repair Dots)
It's easy to repair smaller tears in the kite's canopy or kite's dacron frame. For greater tears or tears in high load area please use our FiberFIX mesh tapes or send the kite to pro repair loft!
Step by step procedures:
S1. Pre-sand the damaged area with fine sanding paper
S2. Clean the area with alcohol swabs and leave to air-dry
S3. Peel & stick the ultra repair tape over the tear
S4. Firmly press the tape and remove all air bubbles
S5. Heat the repair with a hair dryer to get better bond (do not overheat!)
Using hair drier on too big temperature, too close or too long may damage your kite!
Kite Bladder Removal & Insertion
Please follow the manual here: