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Repairing a SIM

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northender Mon 05-Sep-11 16:44:52

I have a Fat Airic which has sprung a tiny leak. I'm a bit disappointed as it's not been used that many times but hey ho. The hole is where the fabric overlaps one of the valves iyswim? I tried stormseal mid camping trip in desperation but it didn't work. Would something like a puncture repair patch work? Or any other ideas welcome. I really don't want to have to buy a new mat for a while yet!

Ineedalife Mon 05-Sep-11 18:02:36

Am watching to see what suggestions there are, Dd3's SIM sprung a leak while in Wales last weeksad.

Tis only an aldi one but she has just got used to it.

blowninonabreeze Mon 05-Sep-11 21:26:21

We've got Wideboys from Alpkit and in the bottom of each of their bags is a small puncture repair kit.

TBH with a company with customer service as outstanding as Alpkit, I'm pretty sure that if you contacted them they'd move heaven and earth to help you

northender Mon 05-Sep-11 22:18:40

Thanks blownin, now you come to mention it I do seem to remember little repair kits. Trouble is I have no idea where I've put them. Will have to have a hunt in the garage tomorrow

TastyMuffins Wed 07-Sep-11 07:40:34

Mine's a karrimor and came without a repair kit, got a small tear at first outing. I bought a gelert nylon repair kit for £2.70 which did the trick. Other repair kits were around £10, kicking myself for not buying cheaper mat with repair kit included, maybe biting £14 mat for the kit is worth it!

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