From time to time, all the precautions to stop the hole in your precious air track that you use fail and problem occurs. The below given guide provides step-by-step detailed instructions that help you fix the hole.

And if you have another way to repair the hole on an air track, be free to share with us. Sharing makes the world even better.

#Step 1:

Find the hole or damaged area, use warm soapy water in a spray bottle to easily identify any leaks in the air product. Mark the area.

#Step 2:

Clean and dry the area and using masking tape mark out an area equal to the size of patch you plan to use.

#Step 3:

Apply the glue provided to the patch and the marked out area on the air product.

As for the glue, original gorilla glue or UHU Glue is highly recommended.

#Step 4:

Let the glue dry for 2 minutes. It should feel tacky to touch. Remove the masking tape ready to apply the patch.

#Step 5:

Apply the patch to the glued area, you should have the semi dry glue on both the air product and the patch.

#Step 6:

Using a small roller or something smooth and flat apply pressure to the patch ensuring the glue has completely spread over the full area and is completely stuck down.

#Step 7:

Once the patch is completely stuck down let the glue dry for 2-3 hours in a warm dry place.

#Step 8:

Re-inflate the air product and check the patch isn’t leaking by using the soapy water spray. If the patch is leaking deflate the air product and re-glue any area of the patch that is letting air out.

If you have any inquiry, please feel free to contact us.





I am also having the problem with the seam. I sprayed with the soapy water saw it bubble a bit at the seam. Patched it and it still is deflating

Tina Gill

Tina Gill

I am having the same problem as Jamie – coming apart at the seam and there isn’t enough patch to cover. This is not good for such an expensive air track






Why do you deflate the product before patching it ? I’m worried that when deflated and adding glue the top of the airtrack will adhere to the bottom and then when reinflated cause more problems . Why not patch it when inflated ?



Our mat came apart at seam on the side where it inflates , it’s not a rip it looks like the adhesive failed. How would you repair this? I also see small areas that look like this may be starting along the seam of the 20 ft mat. Best course of action in repair and prevention is what I’m seeking . Thank you

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