THERE'S nothing more annoying than setting up a paddling pool for your kids, only to find that there's a teeny puncture.

But one woman has shared a genius way to fix the issue, and it lasts for years.

Bren took to the Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group on Facebook to share the product, which she found on Amazon.

"For anyone with a puncture on their hot tubs…" she wrote.

"This stuff’s phenomenal.

"Cheapest puncture repair kit I’ve found and it’s fixed 5 of our punctures."

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The SUDS-ONLINE Repair Kit retails for £9.95 on Amazon, but others said they'd found for just £4.99 in The Range.

People were quick to comment on the post, with one writing: "We bought this last year, and the puncture has still held up.

"It's fab stuff."

"I got this when I had my lazy spa, it's brilliant," another added.

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"Will try have few holes not big but nothing worked," a third commented.

To which Bren replied: "I had the same issue.. tried so many different one but nothing worked.

"This is so good, I have a patch on there from 3 years ago and it’s still going strong!"

Others shared their experiences with the product in the Amazon review section, with one writing: "This kit really works.

"I put a large patch on both sides of the tear and sandwiched it between two smooth bits of wood and weighted it down with several bricks for 24 hours.

"Filled the pool with water and it's not stretched, peeled or leaked in anyway."

"This is the best glue I have come across for fixing hot tubs, I just wish they did bigger amounts the little tube doesn't go very far," another added.

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