I've been flatting a lot these days and I've been wondering if putting a patch on a tube that will withstand 50 psi + a 120lb kid going up stair cases (im not super smooth, but I'm getting there), will hold well, I'm talking about the patch being applied as perfectly as possible...the park tool glue less patch kits have not worked well, and my friend doesn't use premade patches. He cuts pieces out of old tubes and supergluing them on. He's 230lb but he's pretty smooth on the trail and pavement. I might try the glue less patches a couple more times (I've 3 left) but I'm probably going superglue soon.
Most of the times I flat, it's a pinch flat, (despite lots of talc) so I have to use 2 patches. Does anyone have any special tips for patching?