A real life saver. Returning from a long motorcycle tour in Europe we arrive in merry England just to pick up a nail in the back tyre.
It was friday evening, roads were crammed full of traffic and we stood little hope of imminent rescue. However, I did have a Quick fix tyre repair kit in my pannier which enabled me to both fix and re-inflate the tyre.
My only negative comment on this product is that it does not describe the repair process very well. Firstly you must deflate the tyre with the hole (in the tyre) facing the ground and the bike on its side stand so that it maintains pressure against the hole. Next, fit the repair kit and inflate the tyre by emptying the contents of the kit into the tyre (through the valve). Then let it stand for around 20-30 minutes to allow the solution to form a seal. Check and adjust the tyre pressure to the recommended setting. Drive very carefully for the first 10 miles to be sure that the seal is holding and re-check tyre pressure as often as possible. As soon possible have your tyre repaired properly (this is not a permanent fix). Note that after a proper repair, take care to clean the valve assemble and inside the tyre of solution as this can get into the valve and cause slow leaks.
Depending on the size of the hole, you may consider also carrying an additional repair kit that allows you to insert a rubber bung into the hole, which will ensure a much better seal and provide a safer repair (again, your tyre will require professional attention as soon as possible) but the combination of these 2 methods should enable you to continue your journey in safety.