We’ve already dealt with how to replace an inner tube, but if you’re like us, you’ll have a drawer full of punctured inner tubes crying out to be repaired. Grab a cup of tea, empty that drawer and prepare to channel the Blue Peter inside of you.
1 x puncture repair kit (including crayon, sandpaper, patches and glue)
1 x floor pump
Use the pump to inflate the punctured inner tube.
Once the puncture has been located, check for any objects that may be stuck in the tube. Remove to ensure they don’t create another puncture.
Check size of hole in the inner tube to gauge correct size of patch, go large if you’re in doubt.
Leave the patch a couple of hours for the glue to cure.
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