Fix Hot Tub Cover
It is important that your hot tub cover is able to do its job at all times. If the cover is ripped or torn, small children or animals could climb into the water. It may also lead to leaves or other debris coming into contact and contaminating the water. Fortunately, Tear-Aid makes it easy to fix hot tub cover easily and affordably.
Fix Hot Tub Cover Regardless of Material
There are two different types of Tear-Aid that can be used to fix your hot tub cover regardless of what it is made of. The first variety works on fabric, rubber and plastic in addition to leather that has no oil on it. The second variety is designed specifically for vinyl surfaces, and it works by stopping the oil on the patch from turning into a gummy or gooey material that doesn’t hold. Since you don’t have to worry about the patch coming loose, you are guaranteed a repair job that will last for months or years.
Fix Hot Tub Cover with Ease
With Tear-Aid, all you have to do is cut a patch that is big enough to cover the tear in your hot tub cover and place it over the torn section. It will instantly create a seal that won’t be penetrated by air, water or sunlight. The product works whether it is placed on a regular or irregular surface, and there is no need for glue or other adhesives. There is also no need to sew it onto your hot tub cover, and it can be cut with an ordinary pair of scissors.
Tear-Aid is Perfect for Any Color
The patch material goes on clear and will mesh with whatever color your hot tub cover happens to be. This means that you don’t have to worry about it looking out of place when you apply it or having to go to the store to find a patch that matches the existing color. Furthermore, you can paint over the patch so you won’t have to think about replacing the cover because of one section that may not look right.
If your hot tub cover becomes ripped or torn, don’t turn to duct tape or make an attempt to sew it closed. Instead, Tear-Aid can be applied within seconds to provide you with a tight seal that looks invisible to the naked eye no matter what color your hot tub cover may be.