TEAR-AID® is the durable, flexible, airtight, watertight, puncture-resistant, industrial-strength patch that protects against abrasion, moisture, saltwater, UV sunlight and extreme temperatures. TEAR-AID® Repair Patches unique composition stretches and recovers absorbing the force that causes ordinary repair products to tear off.Type B, works on:- Inflatables- Seats- Boat Towables- Cushions- RV Awnings- Pool Liners- Pool Toys- Vinyl Tents- Air Mattresses- Tarps HOLDS AIR under pressure even when stretched HOLDS WATER under pressure even when stretched SEE-THRU PATCH works with all colors INSTANT ADHESION with no sewing CONFORMS to irregular surfaces WON'T TURN GUMMY in high heat UV RESISTANT inhibits yellowing for years CUTS EASILY to any size with scissors NO GLUE TUBES no messy liquid adhesives to apply ELASTIC PATCHthat won't pull off when stretched EACH PATCH KIT CONTAINS: (1) 3" x 12" TEAR-AID® Patch that cuts with scissors to any size(1) 7/8" x 7/8" Patch(1) 1 3/8" x 1 3/8" Patch(1) 12" Reinforcement Filament for repairing tears at edges(2) Alcohol Prep Pads(1) Illustrated Instructions and a Product Repair List FAQ's:Can Tear-Aid be applied to a wet surface?Only Type B can be applied to a wet surface, but it is better if you can apply it dry. You will have to use a squeegee (provided in the orange underwater kit) to push all the water out from under the patch to create a direct bond with the surface. Type A must always be applied to a dry surface.Will your patches fix an inflatable tear that is on a seam?Tear-Aid can fix inflatables, but will not repair seams. Air can leak under the patch though the seam itself.Can Tear-Aid be applied to a wet surface?Only Type B can be applied to a wet surface, but it is better if you can apply it dry. You will have to use a squeegee to push all the water out from under the patch to create a direct bond with the surface.Can I use the Tear-Aid Type B for underwater vinyl pool liner repairs?Yes, you can repair directly underwater with the Type B Tear-Aid. A squeegee must be used to push all of the water out from under the patch to create a direct bond to the surface with no water bubbles.