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Replacement Tip for Tognar P-Tex Base Repair Iron

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$9.95
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MMN 4NS

Product Overview

  • Replacement standard tip for our P-Tex Base Repair Irons (120v or 230v).
  • Narrow 3/16" flat nickel-plated copper tip.
  • Sold each.

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  • 5
    works as advertised.

    Posted by Unknown on Feb 11, 2016

    The original actually still is working - mainly but new one for a spare.

  • 5
    Works Well

    Posted by Unknown on May 22, 2014

    The tool, as one would know, beats the P-tex candle drip for all the obvious reasons.

    I lost mine--they are, by nature, small and slippery, so replacing it was necessary. As far as I know there is nothing better for the iron and its accessories.

  • 5
    Solid P-tex Application

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 26, 2011

    This iron is perfect for a variety of base damages. Using this Iron with regular p-tex get you a base repair that simply will not come out if you do it right. If you have a deep gash even core shot using the strips does the same. I also had a chunk taken out along edge that kept popping out with regular p-tex I even took it in to get it repaired repaired professionally and still popped out first run. I then got this iron and used the metex and after a couple try's getting used to using the iron I got a perfect repair that didn't pop out for the rest of the season. It does take some practice to get use to and I would highly suggest you get the wide tip so you can do larger areas at a time. But this is much better than drip candles for all types of p-tex repairs.

  • 5
    Solid P-tex Application

    Posted by Unknown on Oct 26, 2011

    This iron is perfect for a variety of base damages. Using this Iron with regular p-tex get you a base repair that simply will not come out if you do it right. If you have a deep gash even core shot using the strips does the same. I also had a chunk taken out of the edge that kept popping out with regular p-tex I even took it in to get it repaired and still popped out first run. I then got this iron and used the metex and after a couple try's getting used to using the iron I got a perfect repair that didn't pop out for the rest of the season. It does take some practice to get use to and I would highly suggest you get the wide tip so you can do larger areas at a time. But this is much better than drip candles for all types of p-tex repairs.