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Latex Canvas Patch for Sleep Number® Bed Air Chambers
AVAILABLE IN Small or Large
SMALL Canvas Air Bed Chamber Patch Kits Include;
- 1 - 2x2 Canvas Air Bed Chamber Patch
- 2 - 1.58 inch circular patches
- 2 - 1 inch circular patches
LARGE Canvas Air Bed Chamber Patch Kits Include;
- 1 - 3x3 Large Canvas Air Bed Chamber Patch
- 2 - 1.58 circular patches
- 2 - 1 inch patches
Watch this video for easy to use directions on repairing air leaks in the canvas area of air chambers;
This repair is compatible with Sleep Number® Bed Air Chamber Repair.
- We do not sell Sleep Number® Bed Parts, Sleep Number® Bed Air Chambers or Sleep Number® Bed products and are in no way affiliated with the Sleep Number® Bed or Select Comfort Corporation.
How to Patch Canvas Air Chambers - compatible with Sleep Number® Bed Air Chambers to Repair air leaks in the support bladder, air chamber area.
To properly patch your Sleep Number® Bed air chamber, you will need to have some Gorilla Glue from any local hardware store, a Latex Canvas Patch from Airbedpros.com large enough for the hole to be patched and some time.
DO NOT RUSH THIS REPAIR!
Finding the Hole in the Latex Canvas area of Sleep Number® Bed air chambers - Air Bed Pros Air Bed Chamber Patch Kit
Finding the air leak in your Sleep Number® Bed air chamber takes some time, follow this trick to Find your Sleep Number® Bed Air Chamber Air Leak.
- Work in 2 foot square areas across the Sleep Number® Bed air chamber
- Spray Canvas of the Sleep Number® Bed Air Chamber with a Bleach based cleaner
- Use Damp Clean Wash Cloth to wipe in a circular motion (DO NOT SCRUB)
- Cleaner will activate causing it to foam
- Wherever there is a air leak bubbles will form
- Mark area of leak to repair the Sleep Number® Bed air chamber then continue checking, you may have more than one leak.
- Let your Sleep Number® Bed Air Chamber Dry Overnight
- Be sure to check the entire Sleep Number® Bed Air Chamber for leaks before you begin the repair and marking each one.
Start by cleaning the area to be patched, and marking the area. I recommend using a bleach spray cleaner, but any product you prefer will work ok. By lightly spraying the area to be patched, then with a damp cloth wipe over the area lightly. (Do Not Scrub) it is important not to scrub the air chamber.
Let dry overnight then lightly
Next apply a small amount of water to the tip your finger and dab the spot to be patched with water. (Do Not Over Water) This moisture is only to activate the Gorilla glue causing it to foam and bond to your canvas air chamber.
Apply a appropriate but small drop of Gorilla Glue to the Canvas of your Sleep Number® Bed air chamber, then apply the Latex side of the Canvas Patch to your Sleep Number® Bed air chamber. In a circular motion, begin smoothing the patch out.
As the Gorilla Glue begins to foam the patch will want to rise up, as it does begin applying circular pressure with your finger. until the patch rests tight.
Then Do Not TOUCH IT FOR AT LEAST 24 HOURS!
This drying time is essential to the patch adhering to the chamber.
NEW - Circular Latex Canvas Patches
(Circles prevent the edges from coming up, and are much easier to apply.)
If you have questions - please call 314-599-2777
REVIEWS - 1/12/2015
Hi Brandon,Just wanted you to know that I watched your video on YouTube, purchased a patch from you, bought some Gorilla glue, and followed your method for locating and repairing a leak in my Dream Number bed. The patch job worked well.I'm a little worried about residual soap on the surface of the bed and the long term affect on the canvas/latex. I was not sure how much soapy water to spray on the canvas surface in order to detect a leak. I blotted up as much of the soapy water as I could with a towel after I was sure that the zone I was working and had no leak. Next time, I won't use as much soapy water.Anyway, just wanted to thank you for the Video.Lynn
Reply from AirBed Pros
I'm so glad I could help Lynn, I would recommend waiting until the glue has fully dried and then use a clean cloth with damp water to lightly wipe it away as much as possible and let fully dry before installing inside your bed.Thanks, and make it a great night!
Brandon Fry / InventorAIRPRO@AirBedPros.com
We do not sell Sleep Number® bed Air Chambers, Sleep Number® Bed parts, SleepIQ® technology, or any other Sleep Number® or Select Comfort® products or Sleep Number® Bed services. Sleep Number®, Select Comfort®, and SleepIQ® are registered trademarks of the Select Comfort Corporation. The information on this site with regard to Sleep Number® Bed is strictly for comparison/adaptability purposes.