You reach your outdoor destination, remove your tent from your backpack and prepare to set it up only to find a hole. You certainly don’t want to sleep in a tent with a hole, as that’s just an open invitation for bugs to visit you. Luckily fixing that single hole is simple, as long as you have the right tools with you at the campground.
Seal the tent with waterproofing spray. This can help if it happens to rain while you're inside the tent.
Locate the hole in your tent. Determine how long it is, as you need to cut the patch as long and wide as the hole is to fix it.