I make a strong effort to keep my worksites clean and tidy. I know it is a hassle for a customer to have to pick up after a remodel.

However, sometimes the smallest debris can cause big problems. I noticed that I was losing air on one of my vehicle’s tires, and with closer examination, a jigsaw blade had found its way into a tread.

Luckily, the fix is simple. View below to see how you can repair your own flat tire at home with an inexpensive tire repair kit that you can purchase at any auto store.

Jigsaw blade sticking out of the tire.
Jigsaw blade removed. Cleaning the hole using the tire repair kit’s tool.
Inserting the plug into the tire repair tool.
Push the plug into the tire and trim off any excess plug. The job is done!