Park Tool Glueless Patch Kit
Park worked with 3M to produce a self adhesive tube patch that stretches, flexes, twists, and turns right along with the tube and they came up with the Park Glueless Patch Kit GP-2 . No messy glue, no bulky packaging. Lightly roughen tube with the included sandpaper, clean, apply patch, and you're ready to go. Six Park Glueless patches with sandpaper in a neat little carry along box.
Super quick patching. Holds bond for life of tube
These are light, quick and cheap. I have a couple fail when they dry out, but that's 6 months later.
Comes in a sealed plastic bag, which is awesome if you ride in the rain alot. Works great, no glue needed. Pull the tube, find the leak, scuff it up with included sandpaper, put on patch. Trick is not getting any of the crap on your fingers on the glue - peel it from the edge and apply it like a band-aid, only touching the backing. If you get all the air out of it and get it in the tire right away it works great. I've had one in for a month or two and no problems.
I have found this to be good for a quick fix but doesn't seem to last as a permanent fix. I am still going to use this product to get down the mountain if a flat occurs.
no reason to go with any other patches. 1) find the puncture. 2)sand the spot with the lil sandpaper square the kit comes with. 3)clean spot. peel n stick patch. press firmly so theres no air bubbles. 4) inflate tube and get rollin