Pipe Holes Repair Flat Patch

60 EGP

  • Sleek design
  • Compact construction
  • Item Category: auto part
  • Seamless functionality




  1. Prepare the Area:
    • Turn off the water supply to the pipe.
    • Clean the area around the hole thoroughly to ensure good adhesion for the patch.
  2. Select and Prepare the Patch:
    • Cut or shape the flat patch material to cover the hole with some overlap around the edges.
    • If using a rubber or neoprene pad, wrap it around the pipe where the hole is located. This helps create a better seal.
  3. Apply the Patch:
    • Place the flat patch over the hole, ensuring it covers the entire damaged area.
    • If necessary, use bolts and nuts to secure the patch tightly against the pipe.
  4. Seal the Edges:
    • Apply pipe sealant or epoxy around the edges of the patch to create a watertight seal. Ensure the sealant covers any gaps between the patch and the pipe surface.
  5. Allow to Cure:
    • Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for curing or drying time of the sealant or epoxy.
  6. Test the Repair:
    • Turn the water supply back on and check for leaks around the repaired area.
    • Monitor the repair to ensure it holds under pressure.

Safety Tips:

  • Always prioritize safety when working with pipes, especially if they contain pressurized water or other fluids.
  • Use appropriate tools and materials for the specific type of pipe and damage.

If the hole is large or the pipe is severely damaged, it may be advisable to consult a professional plumber to ensure a proper and long-lasting repair.

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