Rubber (butyl) inner tubes have been with us for many decades and so have punctures! Since the beginning, all repair kits contained a tube of rubber glue, a sticky patch and a tube scratch pad of some sort. All sold in a plastic box.
Then came the ‘glue-less’ patch – No more tube of rubber glue and waiting whilst it dried!
Worked OK except when your dirty, sticky, oily fingers touched the patch – Which was ALWAYS! Just watch the various tube repair gurus on YouTube to see how all of them touch the sticky side!
Same plastic box; same separate tube scrapper – Which was often lost! And the carry box itself – Try fitting that into an already over-stuffed tool carry pouch!
And why were all puncture holes assumed to always perfectly round and the same size?